beat-beat-beat love


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  • The rocket-tubes had been shut off and only the steady beat-beat-beat of the ventilation pumps came along the dark deck where Crane and the girl stood.

    Hell Wings Over Manhattan

  • The beat-beat-beat of the ventilation system began.

    Hell Wings Over Manhattan

  • The office area of the jail was too small to hold three men, three strap-ping not - quite - men, and one extra - large Sheriff comfortably, so Avery had herded them into the nearby Town Gathering Hall, which echoed to the soft flutter of the pigeons in the rafters and the steady beat-beat-beat of the grandfather clock behind the podium.

    Wizard and Glass

  • The beat-beat-beat as the wings of unseen birds filled her up as if she were a crystal vessel.

    Second Skin

  • The beat-beat-beat of the wings of unseen birds pushed outward, past the barrier between humans, and en - tered Caesare's psyche.

    Second Skin

  • They met in the middle, poised an instant on the top wave of rhythm and stepped back, every footfall, every movement, their very breathing, in time to the beat-beat-beat of the fiddle's air which filled the room as insistently as the odor of the pines.

    The Brimming Cup

  • Instantly through the soft swell of her breast throbbed a beat-beat-beat.

    The U. P. Trail

  • And now, as she listened with him, her breath began to come in sobbing excitement between her lips -- for there was no mistaking that sound, that steady _beat-beat-beat_ that came from beyond the cavern wall and seemed to set strange tremors stirring in the air about their ears.

    The Hunted Woman

  • Max Tundra wants you to move your body to the beat-beat-beat ...

    The Pitch | Complete Issue

  • The only sounds are the constant whoosh of the wind, and the beat-beat-beat of the wind fan which, along with solar cells, provides tower power. News of the Underwater World

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