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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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Even as NBC and SI were beating the drum for him as a potential Olympic superstar.
It's interesting because you do have some people out there beating the drum of housing bubble, housing bubble, housing bubble.
te Yet I'm struck at how w many of those beating the drum to bomb Syria also oppose international aid.
George Rafferty, chief executive of NOF Energy, said: "The awards evening is all about celebrating success and beating the drum for an industry which has been vital to the UK economy for more than 30 years and one which is still an economic powerhouse today.
It said that playing drums should also be considered a "potentially hazardous activity", as beating the drum may release spores from its skin.
Kelash people danced in their villages and came to Bron main dancing place in groups by beating the drum and dancing on their way.
He said that it was unfortunate that some people, even today, believed in coercive tactics, while at the same time beating the drum of democracy and elections.
One Editor's Portfolio stock on which Carlson has been beating the drum for several months is Motorola (NYSE:MOT), and the stock has responded by moving to new highs.
They become owners," Warren observed, "but they have been tenants so long that you have to keep beating the drum to let them know that they own it.
Campbell, of Barlarnark, Glasgow, was beating the drum and singing sectarian songs as Celtic supporters' buses passed him in Ballieston.