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  • Martin O'Malley (D) joined a crowd of thousands as Peebles 'son, Elder Joel Peebles, led those in attendance in a hand-clapping, foot-stomping "war cry" for his mother.

    Thousands turn out for Peebles funeral

  • Seena hears the children in the distance playing a hand-clapping game.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • This was too much for our fellows, who, Asiatics and all, applauded with laughter and hand-clapping.

    CHAPTER L

  • Nathan nodded his head in agreement, and off we went to the concert, crowded with hand-clapping kids and their toe-tapping grandparents.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • A shout of applause and great hand-clapping went up from the girls, and Billy looked painfully uncomfortable.

    CHAPTER IX

  • Only a very slight and very scattering ripple of half-hearted hand-clapping greeted him.

    The Mexican

  • In Grodno, about 185 miles from Minsk, about 500 people managed to assemble on the central square and engage in a few minutes of hand-clapping, but their joy was short-lived as police crushed the rally, rounding up dozens, Vesna spokesman Valentin Stefanovich told The Associated Press.

    Belarus police punch, kick, arrest protesters

  • Seena hears the children in the distance playing a hand-clapping game.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • Seena hears the children in the distance playing a hand-clapping game.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • But there was no hand-clapping, whistling, cheering-only silence.

    An Adventure in the Upper Sea

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