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peal out

To sing, chime, or otherwise make noise in a loud, clear, and vibrant manner. My heart felt full to bursting as I watched our wedding guests take their seats with the sun shining and the church bells pealing out. It took a moment for the audience to understand the joke, and then a chorus of laughter pealed out and filled the room.
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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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Tong Peal's Sales Manager, Charlie Rich commented, "When we were contacted by Elveden Farms with a request to increase their onion throughput we offered machinery that allows them to meet high volumes in short lead-times and with the highest possible levels of accuracy, efficiency and reliability.
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Neither the MacTeers nor the Breedloves have this ability because they are black and poor; in contrast, the Peals can "creep singly up into" the folds of the garment because their near-white skin and their penchant for winning bias lawsuits enable them to move up from the hem to the skirt.
Peal will use the money, together with a grant of 93,000 [pounds sterling] from the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions' Darwin Initiative and Flora and Fauna International, to re-establish a management team at Sapo.
This year's winners include: Oral Ataniyazova, an obstetrician from Uzbekistan who founded a community clinic and environmental movement to stop pesticide use; Vera Mischenko, a pioneer of Russia's public-interest law movement and a leader in establishing environmental rights; Nat Quansah of Madagascar, who is working to save endangered medicinal plants; Oscar Rivas and Elias Diaz Pena of Paraguay, who successfully fought river drainage projects; and Liberia's Alexander Peal, responsible for creating his country's only national park.
England; 27m high and octagonal in plan, the tower contains a full peal of eight bells on its third floor.
When one purple cone is at its peak, individual bells peal open, and the room fills with fragrance.
The plan is to see out the old century with an hour-long peal and ring in the new one.
It rolled in peal after peal of applause throughout the ballet and for twenty-seven minutes after.
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Sunday, July 28, church bells will peal in all parishes, mission stations, and religious houses across Negros Occidental to protest the spate of killings of farmers and human rights workers in the Negros provinces.
But while declining to comment in depth on the criticism, the Sunderland-born scribe, who has previously said school's only purpose "is to keep kids off the street," said think tank researcher Robert Peal was a "muppet" for making it.