GONG


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GONGGlobal Oscillation Network Group (Solar Telescope)
GONGGene Ontology Next Generation (research project; UK)
GONGGoal or Not Goal (online game)
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The gong struck, and after the fleeting minute of rest, they went at it again--in Joe's corner, for Ponta had made a rush to meet him clear across the ring.
Finally he rushed to his big gong and made it clatter like a fire alarm.
Then the King rang his gong and told his guards to drag out the General and throw him away; which they did.
The gong thundered more frequently and more furiously.
"Didst notice the night that he returned from the chambers of O-Mai and was boasting of his exploit, that when he would summon slaves to bring wine he reached for his dagger to strike the gong with its pommel as is always his custom?
The car started with a great clanging of its gong, and, as Jimmy's gang drove off the last assailants, they, too, jumped off to finish the job.
Gongs and drums, banners and flags, are means whereby the ears and eyes of the host may be focused on one particular point.
"`In which Voodoo,'" repeated the reader, almost with relish, "`is widely organized outside Jamaica itself is in the form known as the Monkey, or the God of the Gongs, which is powerful in many parts of the two American continents, especially among half-breeds, many of whom look exactly like white men.
The musicians took up a position inside, and were vigorously performing on their gongs, tam-tams, flutes, bones, tambourines, and immense drums.
When the gongs sounded for the banquet, he went with her into the tent where her grandfather had seats.
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