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  • They could only see the small man before them, whose graceful epilepsy was leading them to produce a caucophony of sounds. that eternity for him was no more than 15 seconds. they watched his face as he gave the final release.

    Chorale practice

  • Anyone can see that his friendly meet and greet would have quickly turned into a caucophony of reporters screaming and prodding to get in a question had he allowed it.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • In the midst of a caucophony of Barbie chatter, I heard the machine blurt out something to the effect of "We don't have enough money - better use our credit card!!!" in Barbie's high-pitched, overly happy voice.

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  • As I drove to work, late, stressed, I thought it might actually be nice not to be able to hear the caucophony of the world.

    Surrender, Dorothy

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