during conference to encourage the police official.
3 : to hit together noisily <She clapped
the two boards together.
Following the debate on landfill sites, interested members of the public cheered and clapped
his hands and whistled loudly to make him stop.
The students will have to first identify which meter was clapped
and then notate the pattern on their work mat, using the M&Ms and pretzels.
One pattern I watched, clapped
to the four-beats-to-a-bar tune, was a six-beat pattern where the first clap, an introduction to the main pattern, was clapped
with hands held with palms horizontal to the ground, left hand facing down, right hand facing up.
And when Mr Blair said Iraqis 'don't have the same traditions of political freedom - not yet, but they'd like to', he was clapped
The experimenter started the first demonstration trial by presenting a small card showing Al, clapped
twice, asked the child to do the same, and praised the child for correct imitation (i.
Buzz Cut must have clapped
a layer of skin off his hands and laughed himself hoarse.
Sunday Evening," for example, attempts to express the excitement of witnessing a Ramsey Lewis performance, but the fusion of Moore's unmodulated pitch and an excessive repetition of words - "move, move"; "pluck, pluck"; "claps, claps"; "rhythm, rhythm" - produces, for me, monotony more than jazz (although, to be fair, I should add that the audience clapped
after Moore read this poem).
Human listeners, however, were not very good at identifying individuals by the way they clapped
And he looked to be on the Cliff edge of his seat as he clapped
, cheered and gasped.