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He brought down his fist with a triumphant bang, wetted his finger, and went on counting the bills.
Too much fright bang 'm head belong me," Gogoomy said proudly.
Up went the window, bang bang went the revolver, and down went the window.
Bang, bang, bang, bang, went his rifle, and thud, thud, thud, thud, went the niggers to the deck.
His hair was curled down over his forehead in an oiled bang.
Your Majesty's Royal Brother, the Emperor of Bang, is anxious to purchase it, but loyalty to your Majesty's throne and person constrains me to offer it first to your Majesty.
All the girls in school are going to bang their hair as soon as their mothers will let them.
SARA RAY, DESPAIRINGLY:--"I know ma will never let ME have bangs.
As knocking was of no use, Pinocchio, in despair, began to kick and bang against the door, as if he wanted to break it.
she finished, going out and closing the door with a bang, "Oh
He tugged hard at his beard, and went and shut himself up in the library with a bang of the door that had a world of meaning in it.
In the meantime, there suddenly fell such a violent shower of hail, that I was immediately by the force of it, struck to the ground: and when I was down, the hailstones gave me such cruel bangs all over the body, as if I had been pelted with tennis-balls; however, I made a shift to creep on all fours, and shelter myself, by lying flat on my face, on the lee-side of a border of lemon-thyme, but so bruised from head to foot, that I could not go abroad in ten days.