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  • Jerry knew these noise-making things for what they were — instruments of destruction and death.

    CHAPTER III

  • The Jets continue to lead the league in noise-making off the field.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Chances that delaying the noise-making about torture prosecutions for a week would forestall efforts to see justice done: negligeable.

    Matthew Yglesias » Above the Law?

  • Yeah, lots are riddled with malware or garishly bedecked in noise-making panel ads, but those episodes go up almost immediately, and the breadth of content is almost unbelievable.

    Hulu not switching to a pay site -- rest easy, web watchers | EW.com

  • Coughlin chooses routine over bombast, he doesn't deviate from his process and now, just as the playoffs open with a Sunday date against the Falcons, his Giants 9-7 are showing the potential to get on a noise-making hot streak.

    Dust Off the 2007 Blueprint

  • Ozzy Osbourne (no relation to the Chancellor) has often recounted how his success in noise-making was driven by his desire to improve the life he was born into in Birmingham, where, as he once told the San Francisco Chronicle, he "had no dough, no hope of getting any" but "couldn't believe my destiny was to work and die in a factory."

    George Osborne's Economic Sabotage

  • Mr. Lindberg, a conservatory-trained pianist, is himself among the soloists, but his efforts are likely to be overshadowed by two of the Philharmonic's percussionists, Christopher Lamb and Daniel Druckman, whose arsenal of noise-making instruments will be augmented by various found objects, including sandpaper, stones and scrap metal.

    Lindberg Makes His Mark on the N.Y. Philharmonic

  • Someone Facebook-ed, tweeted or Google+ed that there was going to be a massive noise-making demonstration in New York City to show the world the sick, twisted inhumane torture that's going on right here in America.

    David Henry Sterry: Pelican Bay Inmates Hunger Strike to Protest Inhumane Solitary Confinement

  • Car makers say noise-making equipment is really necessary only when quiet cars are traveling at speeds of 20 kilometers an hour or less.

    Putting the Noise Back Into Whisper-Quiet Vehicles

  • Despite unprecedented efforts to avoid civilian casualties -- including hundreds of thousands of leaflets, telephone calls and non-lethal, noise-making warning bombs -- some civilians were killed, because Hamas deliberately hid behind civilians, using them as shields, when they fired rockets at Israeli civilians.

    Alan Dershowitz: Finally, a Hamas Leader Admits That Israel Killed Mostly Combatants In Gaza

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