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  • Sounds of drums, especially the huge drum they called the lambeg, and flutes and penny whistles, bad choruses repeated time and again.

    Mortal Causes

  • You have no extra hands left to use whistle, air horn, fog horn, lambeg drum, or bell.

    Disability gender, masturbating, scaring children, dogs and postmen plus wearing a bell

  • In the land of the harp and the fiddle, the fife and the lambeg drum, two proud traditions are coming together in the harmonies of peace.

    Remarks By The President At Mac Plant

  • The opening fat-fry of snare drums, the lambeg pumping away, and then the flutes.

    Mortal Causes

  • Alone, they had nothing but a nagging complaint; together, they had a voice: the sound of the lambeg, dense as a heartbeat; the insistent flutes; the march.

    Mortal Causes

  • The noisy lambeg beat gave them some air of respectability because there was no musical instrument in site.

    Slugger O'Toole

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