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  • Clemons plays tenor sax, but it might as well be a herald's trumpet announcing the return of the queen of our hearts...

    Holly Cara Price: Steve Popovich: A Music Industry Legend

  • Mockery and scorn became that would-be herald's usual reception.

    News from the Counting House

  • The clerk, who seemed ill at ease, but perhaps less so than the villagers, nodded his head and raised his hands to silence those who would censor the herald's speech.

    News from the Counting House

  • His should the duty be to do such herald's work, whose heart knows no pity and who loveth ruthlessness more than my soul doth.

    The Trojan Women

  • Had not thy city sent thee, to thy cost hadst thou come with thy outrageous utterances; for it is the herald's duty to tell the message he is bidden and hie him back in haste.

    The Suppliants

  • Finally, the headache went away and I was able to get caught up on the herald's roster stuff that Eogan sent.

    Vet Visit

  • "Isn't the herald's news of peace enough for you?"

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • The bright call of a trumpet followed almost as she finished speaking and a herald's voice was heard announcing:

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • As she addressed Earl Kestrel, her voice rang in the nearly empty room like a herald's trumpet.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • The herald's clear tones carried toward the walls and the gate.

    Colors of Chaos


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