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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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New Trade Minister Ian Pearson has returned to the West Midlands to beat the drum for exporters.
Let's beat the drum for the poor, fleeced and conned rotten customer.
But perhaps it's up to underwriters themselves to beat the drum not only for better underwriting resources but also for the wide-ranging skills and expertise they bring to a complicated, captivating and necessary role.
com/research/872z9p/mobile_graphics_s) has announced the addition of the "Mobile Graphics: Smartphones Beat the Drum to Which All Markets March" report to their offering.
Chief Sports Writer in Cape Town David Beckham beat the drum for England ahead of tonight's World Cup draw and insisted: We fear no one.
Each team had 13 members - 12 to paddle and one to beat the drum to direct the pace.
There was no new material to promote but that didn't matter as we enjoyed a mix of songs including Everything You See, Beat the Drum, Edge of the World and Skye.
From Beat The Drum to Protect And Survive, they played as if the wind was at their backs.
Douglas will beat the drum for the Spanish island of Majorca at international tourism fairs over the next four years.