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clang

(klăng) [L. clangere, to peal]
A loud, metallic sound.
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Immediately the last clang had died away Maimie distinctly heard a voice say, "So that's all right." It had a wooden sound and seemed to come from above, and she looked up in time to see an elm tree stretching out its arms and yawning.
"I shouldn't care how they swung or clanged," said Emma Jane, "if only you and I were on the same side of the gate; but we shan't be, I know we shan't!"
And now there came a time of stir and bustle, of furbishing of arms and clang of hammer from all the southland counties.
The bellows blew, and the hammer clanged continually upon the anvil, while the blacksmiths were repairing the broken weapons of other wars.
"I shall soon find you down at Dolly's," she called, as the gate at last clanged between them.
Clang, clang, clang went the trolley, sang Judy Garland, but never mind Meet Me in St Louis, meet us in Edinburgh for the great road revolution.
The Dow is 29-points lower, S&P gained 4-points, while NASDAQ is up 16-points ahead of the opening clang. Most major European bourses are underwater now, with the exception of the UK FTSE 100 +0.2% after GBP plunged on Brexit vote friction.
"CLANG" is the story of Ernst Chaldni, the father of acoustics, and his translation of his book, "Treatment of Acoustics" from German into French, with the help of Napoleon Bonaparte, and some kind French scientists.
13-96 in this volume)--Tenney was able to critique and transform the parametric conception and organization of sound of his nearly contemporaneous Darmstadt peers, utilize and suppress the influence of Hugo Riemann in his conception of the "clang" as the foundation of the perceptual unit of music, absorb and apply Gestalt psychological principles to music, and conceive a robust theory of music.
Berri, who broached an array of current affairs in Lebanon and the region, also clang to the proposals serving unity, whether on the local or the regional level.
A linguist must have the same structured training in their Control Language (CLANG) as an infantryman does for rifle marksmanship or squad level tactics.
CLANG clang clang, went the trolley," trilled Judy Garland, "ding ding ding went the bell..." and yes, those evocative clangs, those cheery ding-dings will be heard once more in America's capital city this year.