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the dull explosive noise made by an engine

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make a dull, explosive sound

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As news of Hibbert's chugging skills spread throughout the Internet, USA Today's (http://ftw.
will no longer remain a train chugging down a fixed rail along a single path, but choose to be a car speeding along a highway leading, or even a jet aircraft free to fly anywhere imagination takes us," CEO Lee said recently.
That means chugging is now a multi- million pound industry and those who run it can become very rich indeed.
Chugging up the mountainside Along the woodland trails The little train just trundles on On smooth and shiny rails.
When Norman saw a mimic octopus chugging along well above the seafloor, extended arms colored in stripes, he thought of the sunburst of striped, poisonous spines that lionfish flare.
It's no wonder he's so beside himself - he can normally be found chugging to work in a clapped-out Fiat Panda.
The train is seen approaching slowly in the distance, chugging and puffing and making a lot of noise.
Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) is chugging higher today after reaffirming 2005 earnings targets and stating it is on schedule to submit 20 new drug applications by the completion of a five-year period ending in 2006.
A Plug, A Chug, And A Review(Tuesdays): Gives celebrities and personalities the chance to plug whatever project they want and offer a review on a film, show, book of their choosing while chugging a roll-of-the-dice concoction that could contain anything.
A colleague walked in on him as the train was, er, chugging along and now - no pun intended, honest - he's facing the sack.
Well, by turning it into a dopey parody of sports films, where chugging brew becomes something to practice, like weightlifting, not enjoy, like getting blitzed.
Schexnayder about what the next leader must do to keep the economy chugging along.
there still seem to be enough sensible, serious workers out there who are capable of rising above these distractions and indignities to keep the economy chugging along.
Whether chugging through Central Europe on the Orient Express, marching around the ruins at Machu Picchu, or witnessing the birth of baby seals on a Canadian ice floe, Hanns Ebensten--the man who virtually invented the gay travel industry when he formed his "for men only" tour company in 1972--is more than a travel reporter At 81, Ebensten is a quixotic adventurer--planning, living, then fastidiously recording each of his sublime, spirited, and often salty expeditions.
The opening sequence of Goode's I Dreamt I Should Not Reach Higher Than This featured Li in Jackie O attire rapidly repeating bursty, slappy, churning, chugging phrases against an aggressive drum solo.