peal


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Synonyms for peal

Synonyms for peal

to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

Synonyms for peal

a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)

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ring recurrently

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sound loudly and sonorously

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Claudia's defiance of and Pecola's internalization of the Shirley Temple aesthetic are illustrated in the Maureen Peal "six-finger-dog-tooth-meringue-pie" episode (61-73).
Edward Tong, Operations Director at Tong Peal, said: "We are proud to be working with AGEC to offer such a high quality and reasonably priced piece of sorting equipment.
The celebratory peal for its 75th anniversary is being organised by the Morpeth bell-ringers, who usually only ring a traditional full peal once a year when the new mayor is elected.
Mr Pyke, who had to ship in a town crier instead of sounding the traditional peal during his ordination ceremony, said: "I never expected to get all the money together in just nine months.
In July, Frontera entered into a contract mining services agreement with PEAL Mexico, S.
As part of continued efforts to provide farmers and growers with the complete crop handling solution, Tong Peal has announced an updated version of its 2514 Weigher.
He is Morpeth's most prolific peal-ringer, having rung 30 peals on the bells between 1956 and 1964.
Backlit wisps of vapour now rising in the humid night air, No rain, lost in eternal blackness - a figure silhouetted by the Waning flashes, She gazed into his eyes, the room alight with one horrendous Flash and peal of noise, he held her, 'I will lay down my life before yours is lost
THE Peal O' Bells pub may not be pealing for much longer - money is so tight the landlord is even considering selling his pet rabbits to make ends meet.
Campanologists will converge on the cathedral's bell tower on Saturday (November 15) for the first time a full peal attempt has been made on the building's back eight bells.
Potential new bellringers are welcome at Kirkheaton Parish Church, where an eight-strong teamring a relatively new peal of eight bells.
A general peal for 30 minutes to mark the victory was planned to follow
A historic Birmingham church yesterday took delivery of its new peal of bells - more than 200 years late.
For many years, a quarter peal was rung on November 5 to call the local - and presumably shame-faced - people to a special service of thanksgiving for the king's life.
Tomorrow there will be a muffled peal of St Paul's 12 ringing bells, in the North-West Tower, for four hours.