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clang

(klăng) [L. clangere, to peal]
A loud, metallic sound.
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Tenney next defines clang formally, in the terms of his theoretical system: "Clang.
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.
Part of this improvement includes an operational application of the linguist's CLANG, noncommissioned officer (NCO) mentorship, and dedicated training embedded within the training schedule.
CLANG clang clang, went the trolley," trilled Judy Garland, "ding ding ding went the bell.
I'M sad to report Thursday was the last episode of the LOL-fest that's been ITV2's The Big Reunion - which went out with a clang at the not-so-big Hammersmith Apollo.
A clang and a bang were followed by another clang and a bang.
It was clang, clang, clang," said Kyle Amsler, a University of Oregon senior who was trying her best to sleep on a top bunk.
I saw her last qualification target and there were enough ten-ring hits to clang anybody's bell.
Using a standard C-128 tuning fork, strike the tuning fork against the palm with an upstroke, just hard enough to make the ends clang together.
Only persistent offenders will end up hearing the clang of the prison gates - and rightly.
The wind chimes clang like a buoy bell in the current.
Sounds include the elephant, the roaring lion and the clang of money.