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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcriercri‧er /ˈkraɪə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BOa town crier
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crierIt sounds like you are overly concerned about being branded as a corporate crier if you go to management.Mr Johnson secretly arranged with deputy crier David Mitchell to propose during one of his ear-splitting announcements.Some 16 town criers from all over the country, including the world's loudest, will be competing for the trophy.The old town crier was an advertiser.Mr Chittenden resigned from his post as Chester's town crier last year.Even the town crier of nearby Faringdon was on hand to give an official reception.The victim cried like a professional, a virtuoso crier.
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