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peal out

[for bells or voices] to sound forth musically. The bells pealed out to announce that the wedding had taken place. All six of the bells seemed to peal out at once.
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Then, suspended above the abyss, borne to and fro by the formidable swinging of the bell, he seized the brazen monster by the ear-laps, pressed it between both knees, spurred it on with his heels, and redoubled the fury of the peal with the whole shock and weight of his body.
And, while he wept, the wonderful sound had pealed forth--if by PEAL, he had often thought since, an adequate description could be given of the enunciation of so vast a sound melting sweet.
And in the roaring, and whistling, and whizzing the coffin burst up, and spouted out a thousand peals of laughter.
Verily, like a thousand peals of children's laughter cometh Zarathustra into all sepulchres, laughing at those night-watchmen and grave-guardians, and whoever else rattleth with sinister keys.
He was preparing to ascend a steep staircase, or rather ladder, leading to another floor of warehouses above: when a bright flash of lightning streamed down the aperture, and a peal of thunder followed, which shook the crazy building to its centre.
Now,' he said, 'gather them up; and when this cursed peal of thunder, which I feel is coming up to break over the house-top, is gone, let's hear your story.
Sometimes one would look up to smile to another, or to snuff the feeble candle, or to glance at the lightning as it shot through the open window and fluttering curtain, or to listen to some louder peal of thunder than the rest, with a kind of momentary impatience, as if it put him out; but there they sat, with a calm indifference to everything but their cards, perfect philosophers in appearance, and with no greater show of passion or excitement than if they had been made of stone.
The peal of bells will be heard across Britain when churches up and down the country celebrate the 60th anniversary of the end of the war.
Verse nine describes the sought-after man as "stovepipe brown" and links his desirability to his dark-toned skin; and verse ten inverts the caste hierarchy that has filtered down from the dominant white culture into Lorain's black community, a caste hierarchy that privileges light skin, blue eyes, and European features and that is embodied in Maureen Peal.
4m wide, on new Tong Peal grading lines such as the popular Caretaker Mobile Grader, or as a retro-fit on to existing lines.
Admiral's Becky Whitlock-Torr, business development manager for North Wales, added: "Richard and Jane have already demonstrated they have great business acumen and a clear vision for the Peal O'Bells.
The length and quality of his contribution to church bell-ringing in Huddersfield and more widely are unequalled, and have a lasting memorial in the fine peal of bells at Kirkheaton, and in the many local bell-ringers who have benefited from his teaching and example.
It will take eight experienced bell ringers almost three hours to complete the traditional peal of the tower's bells, starting at 12pm on Sunday, October 16.
A full peal will ring out in a ceremony on November 25, which will coincide with the opening of a new bar and restaurant called The Rectory.
The report was prepared to reflect December 2005 capital and operating cost estimates for the project, including the terms of the contract mining agreement with PEAL Mexico.