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  • verb Present participle of herald.


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  • Awaiting in eager anticipation for Tongues of Serpents or any other title heralding Book 6.

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  • I have decided that in’06 I will begin heralding his administration and I will spread the word that he is indeed incredibly intelligent.

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  • Not everything in baseball is pure statistics, however—Bob Sheppard's call heralding Jeter coming to bat would sound jarring at the bottom of the Yankee order.

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  • The sound of that irritating woman usually set Kathleen's teeth on edge, but at this moment it sounded as sweet as a bugle call heralding the arrival of the cavalry charging to the rescue.

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  • The portents described as heralding the fall of the Aztec Empire, and many of the incidents and events written of in this story, such as the annual personation of the god Tezcatlipoca by a captive distinguished for his personal beauty, and destined to sacrifice, are in the main historical.

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  • Murphy's mother's agony is laid bare in the gut-wrenching 911 call heralding the death of actress. | Top Stories

  • It didn't take long while on safari in Botswana, to begin to recognize the animal calls heralding a predator roaming in the area.

  • In a conference call heralding his return to his home state Sunday with the Tennessee Titans, Young told reporters who cover the Dallas Chronicle

  • Carey described the High Court ruling as "deeply worrying," heralding "a 'secular state' rather than a 'neutral' one."

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  • You thought there were comedian critics out there "heralding" people???

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