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tintinabulation

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  • "The tintinabulation that so voluminously swells from the ringing and the dinging of the bells."

    Article on "Tasting San Miguel"

  • Ringing of bells: tintinabulation, tintinabullation, tintinnabulation

    May 2005

  • Hear the bells, the silver bells, the tintinabulation that so musically swells.

    The Fire Within

  • Something in her innermost soul thrilled with a tintinabulation that made her quiver with anticipation.

    In Our Town

  • The sound of voices was mingled with the clear tintinabulation of silverware.

    The Red Lily — Complete

  • In each poem there are what must be judged definite errors against taste in detail -- Poe's taste was never very sure -- but the skill of the long voluptuous lamentation, broken at equal intervals by the croak of the raven, and that of the verbal translation, as if into four tones or languages, of the tintinabulation of the bells, is so extraordinary, so original, and so closely in keeping with the personal genius of the writer, that it is surely affectation to deny its value.

    Some Diversions of a Man of Letters

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