bellmetal resonance

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bell·met·al res·o·nance

in cases of a large pulmonary cavity or of pneumothorax, a clear metallic sound obtained by striking a coin, held against the chest, by another coin, or by flicking the chest wall with one's fingernail; the sound is heard on auscultating the chest wall on the same side anteroposteriorly.
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The memory of her forest dream had never passed away, and through trial and temptation she had been true, and kept her resolution still unbroken; seldom now did the warning bell sound in her ear, and seldom did the flower's fragrance cease to float about her, or the fairy light to brighten all whereon it fell.
Upon that, I turned down the long passage which I had first trodden in my thick boots, and he made his bell sound.
The bell sounds with shrill reverberations, and PHIPPS enters.
People living in the Church Bell Sound development in Cefn Glas, Bridgend, said despite the first bricks being laid a decade ago, children living there still don't have a park to play in.
If a live announcement is made during a bell alert, the sounder memorises the bell sound which is then resumed immediately following the announcement.
The bells should be reconciled so lovingly that bell sound timbre (linked with bell profile) retained, but in renstemt form.
Gordon's All Saints Cathedral in Edmonton set their automated church bell sound system to ring out 1,181 times twice a week--one chime every three seconds for 57 minutes.
The shoulder taps will activate if a cyclist is overtaking, tapping the left or right shoulder depending on which side the driver should check, and the audio system will also make a bell sound in the speaker corresponding to a warning location.
The Belltronic uses the latest in SMD class D amplifier technology and digital to analogue conversion to generate the extremely realistic bell sound.
Always, just as on the day when I first saw them in uniform, I heard a bell sound in my brain.
If a public announcement is made during a bell alert, the sounder memorises the bell sound which is then resumed immediately following the announcement.
With a never-ending bell sound in his head no one can blame Massimo for being a bit mad.