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We just know since he moved in, the music has been blaring," she said.
Shaikh Salman Bin Eisa Al Khalifa, the head of the Sunni Endowments, said: "I urge all people who wish to complain about blaring broadcasts to contact our offices so that we can take action.
Sometimes three or four are blaring at once at nearby houses.
The heavy use of big, boldface headers, symbols and the occasional cartoon set this book apart from most business volumes; indeed, the blaring presentation wears out its welcome quickly.
Even in my predominantly white neighborhood, The Italian Market, you could hear "Is It the Way (You Love Me)" blaring from the butcher shops on Saturdays.
The old fire engine converted into a mobile party wag on and carrying 10 female revellers turned up, with lights flashing and loud music blaring, during the aftermath of a fatal fire in Consett, Co Durham.
For example, the opening episode of an Egyptian series about an Alexandrian wheeler-dealer went on the air with an incomplete sound mix, so that the dialog in important expository scenes was completely inaudible under a blaring track of incidental music.
Skipper Michael Vaughan was left fuming with the music still blaring as the clocks ticked towards 4.
The pitch of a blaring car horn rises as the vehicle approaches and falls as it moves away.
soldiers driving bulldozers, with jazz blaring from loudspeakers, have uprooted ancient groves of date palms as well as orange and lemon trees in central Iraq as part of a new policy of collective punishment of farmers who do not give information about guerrillas attacking U.
The terminal occupies the northern edge of the Piazzale ex Scuole, a long rectangular square the southern part of which is given over to car parking, making it a dynamic, blaring hub of traffic and activity.
There's something serene amidst the chaos, the cramped tents, gritty food, blaring loudspeakers and ravers.