The Diaz-Balarts, both in squeaker races, are fighting for their political lives.
Obama is more likely to win in a squeaker than with a Reagan-sized mandate.
So I set a trap and next night had a specimen of the squeaker as well as a couple of the omnipresent Deer-mice.
I escaped its lure at first because of the 'squeaker' I carried with me.
As one looks at his Punch one feels that such a being is either a squeaker or a mute.
But the monster got me when I fell and the 'squeaker' was broken.
And I will too, if you so much as open your squeaker again!'
And they didn't like me and my squeaker a mossel; but wot did I care.
They tried to herd him into the first cave on the right, but he had remembered the squeaker; they could not distract him.
The globes set up their seductive rhythms as before, but he could not hear them above the discord of his squeaker.
A military public address system; bitch box (WWII Navy)