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  • n. Attributive form of drum kit


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  • It's of a young boy, seated in front of a drum-kit.

    Phil Collins: 'Going Back' To Motown

  • We went out the back, each of us carrying part of Biff's drum-kit.

    The Body Ricardo

  • Biff was already lugging his drum-kit up onto the little stage.

    The Body Ricardo

  • We trooped up the walk, each of us carrying his instrument in one hand and some part of Biff's drum-kit in the other.

    The Body Ricardo

  • Another music hit, Rock Band, goes even further with guitar, microphone and drum-kit controllers.

    Videogames Expand

  • "These amps aren't going to be anything like big enough," Magnus said, as he uncovered the drum-kit and began setting it out.

    Music To My Sorrow

  • He'd had to admit it was a relief to have his own bedroom again — Magnus had taken over the bedroom of the old apartment, filling it with the growing collection of his new possessions, including an electronic drum-kit that he practiced on for hours, and a second computer and music system, while Eric had moved out into what had been the living room.

    Music to My Sorrow

  • There wasn't anything big enough to shift the drum-kit and the keyboard, but Lady Day obliged them there, transforming herself into a very shiny four-wheeled "motorized" cart.

    Music to My Sorrow

  • Preservationists at a Thai elephant reserve decided to provide the pachyderms with outsized, hephalump-friendly instruments, including a harmonica and a drum-kit.

    Boing Boing: September 8, 2002 - September 14, 2002 Archives

  • Out sailed the rest of the drum-kit, hi-hat cymbals setting up one hell of a racket as they skimmed and bounced into the road.



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