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After the separate concussions could no longer be noted, the reverberations dwindled to a wild, long-sustained clatter of sounds such as a watchman's rattle produces.
With an unexpected reverberation in his voice Pierre rapidly began:
A field-piece was then discharged from the top of a neighboring hill, and gave birth to one long reverberation, which ran round the circle of mountains in an unbroken chain of sound and rolled away without a separate echo.
That this might be accomplished within the day was the explanation of the reverberation occurring so soon after midnight, the aim of the carters being to reach the door of the outgoing households by six o'clock, when the loading of their movables at once began.
question!" in meek reverberation, from Smith and Jones.
A smart reverberation from the human echoes: "Smith!
No severe or prolonged bodily illness followed this incident of the red-room; it only gave my nerves a shock of which I feel the reverberation to this day.
No sooner had the reverberation of my blows sunk into silence, than I was answered by a voice from within the tomb!
Jeffrey Aspern had never been in it that I knew of; but some note of his voice seemed to abide there by a roundabout implication, a faint reverberation.
Silence gradually settled down under the influence of the impending storm: the thickened air actually seemed no longer adapted to the transmission of sound; the atmosphere appeared MUFFLED, and, like a room hung with tapestry, lost all its sonorous reverberation. The "rover bird" so-called, the coroneted crane, the red and blue jays, the mocking-bird, the flycatcher, disappeared among the foliage of the immense trees, and all nature revealed symptoms of some approaching catastrophe.
"Several economic reforms have been lengthily tackled during the session, and Finance Minister Ali Hassan Khalil will answer us tomorrow on their financial reverberations," he said.
Kisner further relates that his conversations with the management indicate that the company "has not yet received an updated forecast from Apple", with some possibility that "this information simply represents 'reverberations' of the same prior cuts, just for different parts of the supply chain."