- n. Plural form of heartbeat.
“I pretty much get bored with shoot 'em ups in heartbeats, but I have a longstanding fondness for Sim Anything and Civilization.”
“For the past year, Dennis Hastert has been two heartbeats from the presidency.”
“And prepared to lead the Democrats is an Armani-clad daughter of an old-fashioned Baltimore politician about to become the first female speaker of the House — two heartbeats from the presidency.”
“WASHINGTON Behind the Armani-clad California lawmaker soon to make history as the first female Speaker of the House — just two heartbeats from the presidency — is the daughter of an old-fashioned Baltimore politician.”
“I can tell you that (skipping) a couple of heartbeats is an understatement," Avalanche coach Bob Hartley said.”
“Sometimes even now she regretted that the time had gone when he was within her, so that each of her heartbeats was a caress to him, to which his little heart replied, and she would feel utterly desolate and hungry when she could no longer join him to her bosom.”
“Clients can send so-called heartbeats to the server (or a broadcast address), so that the RenderPal V2 Server will automatically know about their existence.”
“Jimi Towry organized the benefit, called heartbeats for Haiti.”
“That we are at war, and that our heartbeats are a sword at their throats.”
“Our heartbeats are a sword at their throats - a post I did connecting a wonderful piece of writing about the war the Christian homophobes say we're fighting with them, with Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson claiming that they think the "the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays and the lesbians" were responsible for causing 9 / 11.”
Looking for tweets for heartbeats.