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  • Accentuated by a fusillade of cymbals, toms, modulated guitar chords, and slurred bass notes; Hagans screeches, triple tongues and howls above it all pushing the limits of his horn.

    Ralph A. Miriello: Tim Hagans' The Moon Is Waiting

  • Accentuated by a fusillade of cymbals, toms, modulated guitar chords, and slurred bass notes; Hagans screeches, triple tongues and howls above it all pushing the limits of his horn.

    Ralph A. Miriello: Tim Hagans' The Moon Is Waiting

  • Accentuated by a fusillade of cymbals, toms, modulated guitar chords, and slurred bass notes; Hagans screeches, triple tongues and howls above it all pushing the limits of his horn.

    Ralph A. Miriello: Tim Hagans' The Moon Is Waiting

  • Accentuated by its concrete, dark gray background, the famous interlocking NY insignia appeared on the ground.

    One Season

  • Accentuated by its concrete, dark gray background, the famous interlocking NY insignia appeared on the ground.

    One Season

  • Accentuated by a fusillade of cymbals, toms, modulated guitar chords, and slurred bass notes; Hagans screeches, triple tongues and howls above it all pushing the limits of his horn.

    Ralph A. Miriello: Tim Hagans' The Moon Is Waiting

  • Accentuated by an expensive pair of high heels, her slender legs came out first and Mitch grinned as her skirt slid up to the middle of her thigh.

    One Of The Family

  • Accentuated by enormous dark circles, his brown eyes had a glint of irritation in them.

    Incubus

  • Accentuated by the indecisive vote in the elections and heralded by an ambitious President who writes

    Marse Henry : an autobiography,

  • Accentuated syllables alternate regularly with unaccentuated, whereby the penultimate has the accent; and the poetic accent always coincides with the grammatical, as in Syriac poetry and in the Greek verse of early Christian times, the structure of which was copied from the Syriac.

    The Sceptics of the Old Testament: Job - Koheleth - Agur

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