Her book Whump
! - in which 10-year-old Bill falls 632 miles down a manhole - has now been published and serialised on Radio 4, narrated by comedian Rob Brydon.
Half an hour ago you watched him whump
enough milk to keep Cleopatra in baths for a month.
In short, if you now own, say, a .22-250, you can whump
up a handload for the E-rifle using the same brass you're now using; load the same powder, charge weights and bullet; and get the same velocities and pressures you'd get in your rifle.
The fluorescent green nock disappeared through his ribs with a hollow whump
Then someone cuts you up on the approach to the ring road and whump
, gusty becomes major storm and before you know it, you've told your mother that you're never speaking to her again just because she told your dad you'd gone over your overdraft limit again even though you're 31 and perfectly capable of sorting your own finances out.
So after waiting an acceptable amount of time, he turns his back and WHUMP
! The babe is back, perfect timing.
The helicopter moved closer, and when it whumped
over my flat the windowpane began to rattle again.
Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas, Andrew Litton's forces come off sounding dull and bass-heavy, with occasional odd vibrations and whumps
from who knows where.
No, Senator Dianne Feinstein's bill does the usual congressional thing when there's a flap involving intelligence matters: It whumps
on the intelligence agencies themselves.
With trusty spade I dug his burial place, heaped earth atop him, tamped it down with satisfying whumps
Then there was Jenni's mother, "Melissa, " who stood on an open hillside feeding on huckleberries with her latest two cubs, "Laurel" and "Hardy." Nearby a helicopter whumped
That load whumps
up 3,200 foot pounds of muzzle energy, enough to make it a highly effective rifle for elk and moose in heavy timber or even for the big bears at the moderate ranges they are normally taken from.