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the sound of a drum

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a bulging cylindrical shape

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a cylindrical metal container used for shipping or storage of liquids

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a hollow cast-iron cylinder attached to the wheel that forms part of the brakes

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small to medium-sized bottom-dwelling food and game fishes of shallow coastal and fresh waters that make a drumming noise

make a rhythmic sound

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play a percussion instrument

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study intensively, as before an exam

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The ragtag coalition banging the drum for a public vote make more noise than sense, because this is no constitution for a United States of Europe.
For years, health campaigners, backed by our political leaders, have been banging the drum on the subject of diet with the aim of producing a healthier population.
Gary Player is backing the promotion, and with former Newmarket trainer Jeremy Hindley also banging the drum, Dunn reports a steady flow of UK-based owners.
HOLLYWOOD hunk Matthew McConaughey is banging the drum for his girlfriend Penelope Cruz .
BOFFO BOX OFFICE: Cable channel Trio is banging the drum for its new documentary, buying air time tonight on KTLA for ``The Blockbuster Imperative.
A TEESSIDE charity is banging the drum to support people living with disabilities.
The winning project will be decided by a public vote with former Blues star Robbie Savage banging the drum for five-a-side football pitches and rapper Fazer looking after skate parks.
Namely, Liberal Democrat councillor Dr Wendy Taylor banging the drum in Newcastle for the introduction of a levy on cheap booze to lower the cost of pounds 1.
IT SHOULD not surprise anyone that droves of pros and ex-pros are now banging the drum that Newcastle will do OK when they return to the Premier League.
Fairy_nuff took this snap of children banging the drum at the Wrexham parade (main) which saw many pupils take to the streets (bottom).
Everyone was banging the drum this weekend for South Wales' biggest wargames show, Crusade 2004.
Candy hasn't been banging the drum about Airwave's home work but it would be a surprise if she lost as she's loaded with natural speed.
For now, Leno keeps banging the drum about women in Afghanistan in hopes that some will pass it along and maybe join the ongoing battle for women's rights everywhere.
Banging the drum for Investors in People are Professor Laurie Taylor, guest speaker, David Cragg, chief executive Birmingham & Solihull TEC, Ronnie Bowker, senior partner, Ernst & Young, pictured with two members of steel band Tropical Heatwave
FOUR Teessiders will be banging the drum for possibly the finest band of the "Madchester" scene.