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The deafening thwack-thwak of the chopper echoed against the hotel walls.
There is a new sound at Wimbledon this year amid the thwak of tennis balls and the genteel munching of strawberries.
LITTLE ROCK - The thwak - clop - sneaker-squeak - thwak - clop rhythms of racquetball might sound as tied to the 1980s as a Duran Duran record, but those four little walls where yuppies once worked out their aggressions are closing in again.
But Chris Christie says the family will have Sunday dinners at the historic mansion known as Drumthwacket (DRUM-thwak-it).