reverberating


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Related to reverberating: resonance, reverberating circuit
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Sabeeluna Sabeeluna Al-Jihad-o-Al-Jihad and we want freedom were reverberating in the Masjids, in several areas," witnesses informed local media.
Reverberating Song is set out in nine sections: an Introduction, seven chapters, and a Conclusion.
With the roar of jet engines reverberating overhead, U.
A flood of apartment activity, unmatched in recent years, is reverberating throughout the inner-city realty marketplace as evidenced by a series of 5 multifamily sales brokered by the Hackensack office of Gerber/Somma Associates.
Reverberating in the paintings, broadcasting uniqueness yet manufactured for mass consumption, this "look" connotes a lifestyle of high taste with a minimalist polish.
The rest of the company ducks, falls, and hits the floor with reverberating thuds that ore miked and fed back by Matthew Ostrowski, whose gritty sound core is one of the performance's great achievements.
Only one game was at stake on Saturday night, but the Clippers' playoff hopes took another reverberating hit.
Stimulating the senses further is the majestic, recorded accompaniment, by Stuart Dempster, of reverberating trombones augmented by live musicians, including some who blow through conch shells from the back of the auditorium.
These dreams of liquid birth point to the essence of Fuss' work: the primal arousal of the senses, encoded in the incubative caul and reverberating in our collective biotic memory.
A recent California legal case involving indoor air quality (IAQ) is reverberating in offices, schools and other public buildings throughout the nation.