1. an indicator that announces which electrical circuit has been active (as on a telephone switchboard)
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  • The bombardment of the GPO had fascinated MacMurrough: the annunciatory puffs of smoke and the flames that roared to greet them; then the crashing gun’s report, the shell’s eruption—an illogical sequence, effect before cause, an object lesson in the madness of war. At Swim, Two Boys
  • From this redesign of the flight mode annunciator displays, he developed a survey to assess pilot preferences.
  • It works steadily, meet each technology and satisfy the each requirement to test the temperature annunciator.
  • The small control panel on his left arm is already glowing with a small LED annunciator, and he pushes the button to power it up and pressurize, hearing the tiny fans come alive as the oxygen mix floods the suit and the arms and legs go semirigid. Orbit
  • The doorknocker for Jasperwood is a commanding annunciator; even a Girl Scout sounds like the Gestapo. Thursday, Jan. 21 – The Bleat.
  • With all the alarms buzzing, ringing, and the cockpit voice annunciator telling the pilot to accend due to being too close to the ground, imagine the concentration required to ignore all the "Normal" warnings to safely land at all, let alone on water. CTV News RSS Feed
  • Multiple sweeps of the cockpit indicated the light had no related emergencies, and since I couldn't reset it, I dismissed it as a bad annunciator panel.
  • The most available men for the purpose were, of course, those who had been accustomed to wiring for the simpler electrical systems then in vogue -- telephones, district-messenger calls, burglar alarms, house annunciators, etc., and a number of these ` ` wiremen '' were engaged and instructed patiently in the rudiments of the new art by means of a blackboard and oral lessons. Edison, His Life and Inventions, vol. 1
  • Fire detection and alarm system annunciator unit.
  • In his paintings, the sunflowers, the workers 'worn shoes, the famous chair (Vincent's Chair with His Pipe, 1888) seem indeed to have arrived from another world, as freshly and startlingly there as the annunciatory angel, full of their news. Determined Spirit
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