“She says the department has decided to forego what she called bells and whistles like mobile detection machines, but she could not tell me how many machines ultimately the department will buy -- Lou.”
“Ben and Tom credit producer Gil Norton with reigning in their pension to over-indulge in what they call the bells and whistles.”
“The clanging of the bells is another curious circumstance.”
“And the soul of Yeats, long imprisoned in that golden effigy, was delivered as well, and he and Junius together passed as a breeze into that undiscovered country, from whence the voice of a woman sang, where there grow grapes and nectarines of metaphysical proportions, and where the tolling of the iron bells is only a distant, silvery echo. from → Stories”
“Breaking up the “too big to fail” banks in the same way as MaBell was broken up into the baby bells is a wonderful idea.”
“It is funny because some afternoons I hear the bells from the church at the same time I hear the call for Muslim prayer.”
“Space between the 2 bells is about l/2 difference, which is about the distance I need to move the front ring back to me.”
“Each one of the hundreds of thin bone china bells is unique: subtly altered by organic firing variations; each has a distinctive shape and acoustic tone.”
“I brought in bells to show the kids, and a picture of a sleigh.”
“I have heard that they are fired along with the ringing of bells is to call the faithful to morning mass.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
I love their sounds as well as their names!
Looking for tweets for bells.