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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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EIM, which acquired non-theatrical rights to Z Productions' BEAT THE DRUM from Kimmel International, will donate 50% of the more than $600,000 in gross revenues from the film to charities benefiting African children left orphaned by AIDS, including the Heart for Africa foundation and Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA).
Recent In-Stat research, Mobile Graphics: Smartphones Beat the Drum to Which All Markets March, provides a comprehensive look at the graphics, or GPUs, with a strong emphasis on the integrated or intellectual property (IP) solutions that are available for mobile consumer electronic (CE) devices.
We brought out the whisky Beat the Dram to commemorate our Loch Ness Concert which was entitled Beat The Drum.
The Beat The Drum concert takes place at Borlum Farm, Drumnadrochit.
At left, partner Paul Kramer, CEO Mike Fleming and his brother, Dave Fleming, beat the drum to tell the community Farrell's is back in business.
HE may not beat the drum too much but Cassius Baloyi certainly knows how to beat his opponents.
So if you want to beat the drum for anything from archery to wind surfing this is your chance.
That's why they put you up there to beat the drum,' '' he said.
The hitcom is on a two-week hiatus while Kelsey returns to form, giving Jane some extra time to focus on her non-``Frasier'' activities - continuing to beat the drum for the inspiring ``Music of the Heart,'' in which she plays a socialite who comes to the aid of the Meryl Streep character and her inner-city music students.
The Scottish Sun - run by Englishmen in Glasgow - has been trying to beat the drum for our Braveheart Scottish squad.