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  • A beep-beep rolled like thunder through the garage as the mark unlocked the SUV with her remote.

    Etched in Bone

  • KASELL: Amidst, crunch-crunch, waah-waah, and beep-beep, the siesta event I did sweep.

    Limericks

  • I'd sit in the garage for hours fiddling around with the different drum beats and beep-beep noises.

    This week's new singles

  • The sounds should be more sophisticated than a steady buzzing or musical sound, the jarring beep-beep made by reversing trucks or the jangle of ice-cream-van bells.

    Putting the Noise Back Into Whisper-Quiet Vehicles

  • The Leaf emits an artificial, gear-whine-like noise at low speed (inaudible in the cabin), as well as a "beep-beep" when the car's in reverse.

    Getting a Charge From Nissan's New Leaf

  • It took the nearest security guard exactly twelve seconds to hear the soft “beep-beep . . . beep-beep” coming from the unattended bag.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • A second later a beep-beep came from inside my backpack.

    Lifted

  • Byron said he had his eye on one in particular, and he went “Beep-beep, beep-beep” as it blinked.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • Chill, he says, as the beep-beep of the machine next to me speeds up a bit, chill, your heart rate is going up, chill, it's being taken care of; some folks have swiped credit cards.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • On my way home I heard a beep-beep behind me and there he was coming up the road, his black Kaiser helmet shining on his head, He gave a wave without taking his palm off the throttle and then roared on ahead.

    Yamaharley

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