As they passed over the drawbridge, Alleyne marked the gleam of arms in the embrasures to right and left, and they had scarce set foot upon the causeway ere a hoarse blare
burst from a bugle, and, with screech of hinge and clank of chain, the ponderous bridge swung up into the air, drawn by unseen hands.
Another t-shirt on sale for 32 dollars reads, "It Took Obama To Get Osama." A button for 2.45 dollars blares
"Voted Off the Planet" and has a picture of Laden with cross hairs superimposed over his head.
Ramallah / PNN -- Disturbed days and nights go hand in hand with summer as the din of fireworks from weddings and music from loudspeakers blares
at political rallies.
The TV preacher's personal Web site, www.patrobertson.com, blares
, "Did you know that Pat Robertson can leg-press 2000 pounds!
The cartoon character's catchphrase blares
out in the control room of the Cheshire force when roadside cameras spot a suspicious vehicle.
the dust jacket, is a revered place of pilgrimage in the middle of Lakota Sioux country, portraying four men who, whatever their other achievements, "were deeply involved in the national project of wiping out the American Indian." Here's a grand sculpture created by a man, Borglum, who was "a highranking member of the Ku Klux Klan and a virulent racist." Indeed, here is a "mountain that came into the possession of the United States through the abrogation of an 1868 treaty with the Lakota." Such a background, says Lamer, cannot help but affect Rushmore's message.
Appropriately, the fun started with Ernesto Lecuona's "La Comparsa," here pumped up by the mambo's brassy blares
and percussive commands--accompanied live by "Richie" Puente's slapping on the drums.