SANG


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SANGSeattle Acoustic Neuroma Group (Seattle, WA)
SANGSan Antonio Needlework Guild (San Antonio, TX)
SANGSaudi Arabian National Guard
SANGSelfridge Air National Guard base (Michigan)
SANGSuitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (UK)
References in classic literature ?
said the Nightingale; and she sang so gloriously that it was a pleasure to listen.
The Nightingale sang so gloriously that the tears came into the Emperor's eyes and ran down his cheeks.
When the meal was done the minstrels sang, while proud and humble alike listened eagerly.
This," says the old historian, who tells the story in Latin, "is the sense, but not the words in order as he sang them in his sleep.
She no longer sang as a child, there was no longer in her singing that comical, childish, painstaking effect that had been in it before; but she did not yet sing well, as all the connoisseurs who heard her said: "It is not trained, but it is a beautiful voice that must be trained.
Billy sang a lugubrious song of many stanzas about a cowboy, the refrain of which was, "Bury me out on the lone pr-rairie.
Saxon sang in a clear, true soprano, thin but sweet, and she was aware that she was singing to Billy.
And as men have ever desired the dust of the poppy and the juice of the hemp, so Jerry desired the joys that were his when Villa Kennan opened her arms to him, embraced him with her hair, and sang him across time and space into the dream of his ancient kind.
And she sang it just as quietly, as coolly, and as well as the others.
All night long she sang with her breast against the thorn, and the cold crystal Moon leaned down and listened.
Eva looked with wonder on their gay faces and bright garments, and in the joy of her heart sang too, and threw crimson fruit for the little folks to feast upon.
At last the fairy came back and sang with a hoarse voice: