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1. Fig. to ring a bell incessantly. Will you stop jangling on that doorbell! Who is jangling on that bell?
2. Fig. to irritate someone's nerves; to make someone nervous. All that noise jangles on my nerves. Too much chattering jangles on Ken's nerves.
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Jangle added that lapses on the account of the local police may have given an opportunity to destroy evidence as Dhabolkar was arrested at 11.
In past Iranian month named Azar, Iranian minister of petroleum reported of discovering a new gas field in Iranian side of Caspian Sea waters at 700 meters depth later named Sardare Jangle to commemorate the efforts made by the commander of Jungle Movement, Mirza Kochak Jan who fought in north of Iran against foreign interference an despotic monarchs of the country in early years of 20 century.
Jingle Jangle Christmas" is a about a youngster who causes household chaos on Christmas morning by tying jingle bells to the cat, dog and grumpy Grandpa.
If all this isn't enough to put a jingle in your jangle, sashay down to the Shedd on Monday for the sultry vocal jazz stylings of Jane Monheit.
Now, sadly, this large brown bunting with a song said to resemble the jangle of a bunch of keys is considered extinct in Wales.
Simon Charlton admits his nerves are beginning to jangle at the prospect of playing in the Carling Cup final.
As if it wasn't enough to jangle the nerves when Roy Marsden (akaP.
There are guitars, and someone has a tambourine, the exotic jangle of which gives the music a Semitic flavour; one imagines King David dancing and singing praises before the Ark of the Covenant.
It would appear it's more of the same - more faultless harmonies, more sun- drenched jangle, more West Coast country pop.
Besides Dirty Power and Ploughound, the Bay Area's burgeoning gay male rock scene includes jangle popsters ing, moody guitarist John Ashfield, prog rockers the moth wranglers, feel-good tunesmith Mark Weigle, and the alt-electronic act Pause, among others.
But Wrexham nerves began to jangle in the 83rd minute when Carlo Corazzin headed in.
Since you are, after all, reading The Progressive, I think we can safely agree his heart's in the left place, but at the same time Hightower reminds me of those three guys who dress up in cowboy duds and sing Gene Autry songs even though you know they have Phi Beta Kappa keys that jingle jangle jingle.
mourning you with guitars the gift of music came to me and a child eyes life and hot blood given to me were houses and bricks and many roofs with lions and cages and many lakes spotted with swans singing of you with mouth and tongue sadness was given to me and a tiny mother and deep poverty with cold and frosts and the jangle of trains smelling of open country laughter was also given to me to see bad times arrive with empty plates and very hard bread loving you hurriedly and without passion the stars were given to me joy and skin and running unshod in the night discerning love and scents fighting hornets barehanded loving furious liberty and admiring mankind in red and from below
Fischer takes on a long line of cultural critics from Lewis Mumford to Stephen Kern, who have ascribed to electric media the power to break down communities, shatter private life, jangle sensitive nerves and replace authentic with artificial and distended human relationships.
Jingle and Jangle in the meantime get themselves into quite a bit of trouble when their baby reindeer Vixen is mistaken for a dog and sent to the pound.