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yelper

n. the whooping (electronic) siren on emergency vehicles. The black and white rounded the corner, yelper blasting.
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So we have these Yelper squads all over the world, she said.
To force the action, Stu opened up with his mouth yelper, and I answered with the glass friction call.
Now, here's something you should never do when trying to locate gobblers," I said as I pulled a Tom Turpin wingbone-style yelper from my vest.
One new trend in blown calls is the pump-action yelper.
Primos [R] has also perfected the Wing Bone Yelper [TM] for this year.
The Pump-Action Yelper is a hand-operated turkey call that uses a mouth diaphragm as its reed.
Alice, a senior copywriter at Miami agency SapientNitro, is an Elite Yelper with a passion for Asian cuisine, exploring restaurants and outdoor activities.
If you have other team members in your organization, speak with them about becoming Yelpers as well.
Yelp will kick off its community building efforts in Manila - one of the densest cities in the world - and soon bring together Yelpers online and offline to experience the best of Manila.
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Like many Boston restaurateurs, Rait has engaged an outside company to help his staff understand and react to Yelpers on the site itself.
Because the company pays some of these writers and not others, the Yelpers say that they should be entitled to money under the Fair Labor Standards Act, which protects against discretionary pay methods.
The difference, she says, is that Yelpers are more likely to check out Prometheus after searching for a review by scheduling a tour and signing a lease.
Another major pro-business initiative is the ground-level "Community Managers" (CMs) who reside in major metropolitan cities around the world and serve as liaisons between local Yelpers, businesses, and Yelp corporate headquarters.