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From above came an unceasing babble of tongues, over all of which rang the mother's derisive laughter.
"If you let any one in to see me, Miles," he told the footman, "I'll kick you out of the house." So, though the bell rang often, he remained alone.
I had the more time to come to some decision, since I rang and rang in vain.
She was combing her silver hair, and every hair that fell on the ground rang out like pure metal.
The first to recover completely from this surprise was the Medical Man, who rang the bell--the Time Traveller hated to have servants waiting at dinner--for a hot plate.
But his soldiers deemed that he had spoken the fatal mandate, "Fire!" The flash of their muskets lighted up the streets, and the report rang loudly between the edifices.
In a little while the woody promontory rang with the unwonted sound of the axe.
Occasionally they heard faint echoes of brawls and quarreling among the mutineers, and on two occasions the vicious bark of firearms rang out on the still air.
As Tarzan and his wife stood planning the wisest course to pursue, the telephone bell rang in the library at their right.
The man rang, and rang, and rang again; then, knocked until the street re-echoed with the sounds; then, listened at the keyhole of the door.
Lank Bildad, as pilot, headed the first watch, and ever and anon, as the old craft deep dived into the green seas, and sent the shivering frost all over her, and the winds howled, and the cordage rang, his steady notes were heard, -- Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood, Stand dressed in living green.
Suddenly one shot after another rang out from the French, smoke appeared all along their uneven ranks, and musket shots sounded.