Only think, my dear, poor Charles Weston was frightened by a clap
of thunder--but Charles has an excellent heart.
The word ivory would ring in the air for a while--and on we went again into the silence, along empty reaches, round the still bends, between the high walls of our winding way, reverberating in hollow claps
the ponderous beat of the stern-wheel.
I can shoot you now, as I stand here; and if you are so minded, just go ahead and try to clap
on the hatch.
Scottish National Party ex-student Ms Black called the claps
To increase the atmosphere, Devils will be handing out clap
banners to the first 1,500 people through the doors.
6 pints of silicone each, admitted that her bust doesn't get in the way anymore as she has "adapted to them", but she finds it hard to clap
purpuratus adults possessed reduced escape capacities (by 16% and 17%, clap
number and clapping time, respectively); however, both adult and juvenile scallops had a reduced capacity to recuperate their initial clap
number (18% and 23%, respectively) and clapping rate (21% and 17%, respectively).
loud booing gives you nothing but a sore throat
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Gradually, the claps
were faster and faster and faster and Banks would take off down the runway.
At the very end, the dancer made the audience clap
and snap fingers, and then let them continue unaided, waving his hands as if to signal for us to 'carry on' while they signed out after a good night's job.
A natural way to express such approval may be for all to clap
, making this kind of applause appropriate.