LA LUZ - WEIRDO SHRINE SEATTLE all-female quartet La Luz reckon they "lucked out" in surviving an autumn 2013 van crash, when they skidded on black ice into a concrete block before being clattered
by a lorry.
When you are set to go, shift it into gear and all of the clatter
disappears the moment you set the wheels in motion.
"I was in the shop on Tuesday afternoon, with the door closed, when I heard this big clatter
Months went by and last week I was watching TV when a Bose advert came on with an amazing, uplifting song - none other than Wild Cub's Thunder Clatter
. Check it out, you'll know it and you will love it.
I would love to knock it past a keeper and for him not to clatter
There's Anderson Cooper on CNN, slogging through the poisonous floodwaters and yelling at the governor about dead bodies, and here I am in Los Angeles, haunted by the spectral scent of melted butter and by memories of the distinctive clatter
of the St.
Over the clatter
of Movieolas and the whirr and whine of rewinds, the sudden metallic surges and snatches of unidentifiable sound effects and truncated music, hung a dangerous pall of cigarette smoke, in a building stored at all times with at least 500,000 feet of highly inflammable nitrate stock.
I listen to car horns, sirens, the rhythmic clatter
of subway cars, steam hissing from vents, and people talking in dozens of languages.
By using more than one microphone, the device assigns different weights to sounds picked up in the user's environment and homes in on the desired signal, such as a friend's joke rather than the clatter
of dishes at a dinner party.
When it's ostensibly time for a piano solo, Maguire shares space with the compulsively watchable Bennink, the gangling extrovert drummer not quite soloing, but maintaining a constant rickety clatter
on his tiny, beaten-up kit.
When awakened by an unfamiliar thump and clatter
in the night, we are terrifyingly aware of two
made us jump from our Royal Standard typewriter (Class of '46) to see what was the matter.
"The paper cutter continues to clatter
, but (the operator) has lost the ability to control its razor-sharp knives or the wheels that are advancing paper at a rate of almost seven feet a second," according to The Wall Street Journal (Jan.
If on the night before Christmas, 1822, a New York gentlemen like Clement Clarke Moore heard "such a clatter
" out on the lawn he might very well have expected to have found a "callithumpian band" of drunken working-class youths forcing their way into his home demanding alcohol, food, and money.
Rain chains drop their silver clatter
, forking and soaking, soil and matter.