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chin music

slang Talk or chatter. Can you guys please be quiet? Your chin music is distracting me from my work.
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chin music

Fig. Inf. talk; conversation. Whenever those two get together, you can be sure there'll be plenty of chin music. Bill just loves to hear himself talk. He'll make chin music for hours at a time.
See also: chin, music

chinmusic

n. talk; chatter. I’ve heard about enough of your chinmusic! Hush!
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Michaels tasted an F5 while Lesnar's manager, Paul Heymar, ate some Sweet Chin Music. The hard-hitting action spilled out from all angles before Helmsley nailed Lesnar with a Pedigree on the ring steps for a huge victory.
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It is "so accepted by custom that a pitch intentionally thrown at a batter has it's own terminology: 'brushback,' 'beanball,' 'chin music.'"
Lancashire fast bowler Mahmood, 24, is the elder cousin of teenage boxing sensation Amir Khan and is keen to dish out some chin music of his own.
Without any reference to Hsun's agenda to cleanse Chin music of mistaken Wei harmonics, Egan, "Reconsidering the Role of Folk Songs," 73-74, correctly states that "old/earlier [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" in this phrase refers to the "previous" Wei, not antiquity.
Bruce Rutledge is the founder of Chin Music Press of Seattle http://www.chinmusicpress.com and a former editor of J@pan Inc magazine.
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No accusations were ever made, but pitches thrown around the head, called "chin music" or purpose pitches, always portrayed the dangerous side of baseball.
Consequently, his survey work with the Museum contributed greatly to the mapping of Canada's musical heritage: Newfoundland chin music, Scots fiddling from Cape Breton, Cree hand-game songs, Blood folktales, Doukhobor traditional choral singing, Ukrainian Christmas Carols, Mennonite folksongs, Okinawan-Japanese songs accompanied by shamisen, and Chinese vocal and instrumental music.
Ross Bauer's Chin Music appeals, in part, because of the continuing interaction of the viola and the piano: each instrument plays off the other's tones in a dialogue that develops throughout the piece.
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Benjamin attempted a springboard move on a prone HBK, but as he flew threw the air, Michaels rose to his feet and nailed him with a picture-perfect Sweet Chin Music.
Notts decided to start playing some chin music, and Poynter enjoyed dancing to it, audaciously lifting James Pattinson over the wicketkeeper for four.
But England insist he won't be getting any favours and if Rogers turns up in Birmingham he will get his share of chin music.
EVERY time an Indian team landed in Australia, the popular theme leading up to the first Test would be to give the batsmen some ' chin music', to expose their weakness against the shortpitched stuff.