a small loudspeaker designed for the reproduction of high-frequency sounds.
a loudspeaker used in high-fidelity systems for the reproduction of high audio frequencies. It is usually employed in conjunction with a woofer and a crossover network
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The tweets can then link back to campus digital properties that support or contextualize the tweeter's thoughts.
And if popular tweeter retweets you-ie, redistributes the tweet to his followers-that can do wonders to your tally.
And if a popular tweeter retweets you-ie, redistributes the tweet to his followers-that can do wonders to your tally.
Lockwood, who once told a reporter that she was ten years old when she wrote her first haiku, is a natural-born tweeter.
Yet perhaps beauty is indeed in the eye of the tweeter.
And as this tweeter suggests, a fax machine simply won't remember.
He's normally a regular tweeter, but his account has been uncommonly silent this week, even after the trade.
You're a pretty good tweeter, and you used to be a champion blogger.