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Synonyms for drumhead

a membrane that is stretched taut over a drum

performed speedily and without formality


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25pm), Fine Cotton had already tightened like a drumskin to 7-2.
Male initiation focuses on bloodletting in "Tight-lipped with pain" (Kirk 1973:358-9), and human blood is used to attach a drumskin to its base in "Human blood binds lizard skin to jungle drums" (Kirk 1972:4067).
quiver in a dancer's hat, past the drumskin tattooed with an Indian chief.
It is debated whether the drumskin (obtained from either of two kinds of lizard) should be associated with Afek's knee or those of her younger or elder brothers.
com Museum to feature permanent reminder of city's special year WHAT have a gold brooch, a drumskin and a sticky, defaced, falling-apart listings brochure got in common?
THE hand-painted drumskin, seen on the front cover of The Beatles' legendary 1967 album Sgt Pepper, fetched a world record pounds 541,250 yesterday.
A bass drumskin, used on the front cover of the Beatles' 1967 albumSgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was expected to sell for between pounds 100,000 and pounds 150,000.
For the chance to win the bass drumskin played by John in the video and signed by its stars, answer this question: Which comedy-drama set in Manchester did John Thomson star in?
The bass drumskin, used on the front cover of The Beatles' 1967 album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, is among items expected to attract fierce bidding.