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  • Carried out in dark rooms by computer geeks armed with joysticks and keyboards, this click-click contest seems merely virtual, not really fatal.

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  • The click-click of high heels against the hard floor boomed so loudly through the closed space that I wanted to cover my ears.

    The Limit

  • At the end, the narrator listens to the “quick click-click” of his footsteps as he disappears into the night.103

    Storyteller

  • A few years ago, you couldn ' t walk down Bond Street without hearing the click-click of the buckles of Belstaff ' s iconic " Trialmaster " boots.

    These Boots Are Made for Walking

  • I heard footsteps approaching, a click-click of high heels.

    To Fetch a Thief

  • There was a loud click-click sound and then the huge steel door edged open.

    Haunted Honeymoon

  • The cameras click-click again and again, and as Deanna and I steady ourselves, I look up at the small crowd gathered on our front porch.

    THE EXILE OF GIGI LANE

  • Or perhaps it's an in-house joke for bored Embassy staff, or a money raising exercise for Botswana Telecoms for as you wait in robot purgatory, the money is click-click clicking away on your phone bill.

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  • So rather than find things instantly, for a while I had to resort to “click-click, damn, click-click, damn”.

    How to Use Strategic SEO Email

  • No soft hum of conversation from the guest room, no click-click of the keys on the computer, no sudden giggles or hearty guffaws at something comical on TV or the web, no late night kitchen raids for a bowl of cereal or some cookies and milk.

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