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“Victoria Williams is a silver-throated American classic.”
“Veloso's four-decade silver-throated career includes dozens of albums and five Latin Grammys.”
“Last night's Colbert Tuesday night's show included an interview with Paul Simon, the silver-throated -- now silver-haired -- troubadour of my youth.”
“We hear the song of the cricket on the hearth, and the joyous hum of the bees among the poppies; we hear the light-winged lark gladden the morning with her song, and the silver-throated thrush warble in the tree-top.”
“From a neigh boring tree a silver-throated mocking-bird poured out a flood of riotous melody.”
“From a neighboring tree a silver-throated mocking-bird poured out a flood of riotous melody.”
“English woods, suggestive of delicate romance and poesy, and made magical by the songs of birds, whose silver-throated melodies are never heard to sweeter advantage than under the leafy boughs of such unspoilt green lanes and dells as yet remain to make the charm and glamour of rural England.”
“No silver-throated bugles wake the night with "Lorena.”
“It was evening, and from a dozen belfries in the neighborhood came the soft dreamy chime of silver-throated bells.”
“May the sweet song of silver-throated singers, making melody more real, and the organ's voice, as the sound of many waters, and the Word spoken in this sacred temple dedicated to the ever-present God -- mingle with the joy of angels and rehearse your hearts 'holy intents.”
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