bugle call


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a signal broadcast by the sound of a bugle

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Fools Haven 'Bugle Calls' Celebrates Veterans - noon Saturday, Veterans Memorial Building, 1626 Willamette St., Eugene.
The Trumps bowed their heads and placed their hands over their hearts as the Taps bugle call rang out across the South Lawn.
When it comes to memorable love songs, the bugle call of the bull elk is hard to beat.
His bugle call was coarse and long, followed by a series of deep grunts.
Padilla said he had asked the Catholic Church for a tolling of church bells to follow the bugle call.
My bugle call to parents during Wales' magnificent quarter-final win against Belgium last Friday was a throwback to my own childhood.
An "emotional" discovery, the bugle call is a short tune played as a military signal announcing a scheduled event on a battlefield.
The powerful bugle call, at the Menin Gate memorial in Ypres last night, was dedicated to the Welsh men who in Flanders during the First World War.
As Gordon approached at the head of these men with 'his chin drooped to his breast, downhearted and dejected in appearance,' Chamberlain gave a brief order, and a bugle call rang out.
2014, a bright bronze bugle call, Echoes of clarions disturb the churchyard wall, In honour of village men Whose names and dates are carved on the monument stone, For black thunder cannons made them die alone, When they were young.
When pathogens such as viruses or bacteria invade our body, the immune system reacts by producing a flurry of chemical signals, known as chemokines, that act as a bugle call recruiting specialized defender cells to the scene, such as macrophages, which devour the intruders.
The period of silence was preceded by a bugler calling the Last Post, and followed by the bugle call of Reveille.
His organization is dedicated to preserving live playing of the revered bugle call.
More downstairs than upstairs in its depiction of life in the early part of the 20th century, "Private" could nevertheless see "Downton Abbey" viewers answer the bugle call, with more reporting for duty down the line for upscale tube viewing.