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a decorative arrangement of pieces of metal or glass or pottery that hang together loosely so the wind can cause them to tinkle

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One of the chimes "Many will question whether their illness will affect their summer plans but by supporting our Chime to Care appeal, more people will be given the care, support and the encouragement they need to enjoy the warmer months and continue to do the summery things they love the most.2 The two-tone wind chimes, which have been ethically sourced, hang 90cm x 8cm and are a red, rose gold colour.
There are eight stations for people to rest and meditate, each with its own massive bamboo wind chime installation by bamboo craftsman, composer and artist Edgar Banasan.
Wind Chimes has won only once in her last five runs, although her last outing when a head second to Recoletos in the Group 1 Prix du Moulin has to be considered a decent bit of form.
Wind Chimes has won only once in her last five runs, although her last outing -- when a head second to Recoletos in the Group 1 Prix du Moulin -- has to be considered a decent bit of form.
A delighted Laffon-Parias said: "I had the best horse and the best jockey in the race - Olivier has been with me for all my best triumphs - and when he came there I thought he would win more easily, but Wind Chimes really fought hard at the end.
Often, wind chimes are placed at the house entrance to signal the arrival of visitors, whether living or dead.
Not for the faint of heart, lest you want a case of tinnitus that sounds like a set of wind chimes caught in the middle of a typhoon.
The sessions, each of which costs between pounds 3 and pounds 6 per child, will include painting fabric toys, making wind chimes and suncatchers, plate decorating and ceramics.
London, Jan 1 (ANI): Noisy wind chimes have topped Britain's 20 most-hated garden accessories list.
Because I am rather unsteady on my feet since suffering a broken bone in my foot last November, I usually call after them "Why don't you whistle?" I would like to appeal to all cyclists to add a little something like wind chimes or even pieces of tin foil that would tinkle as they move.
Among the unusual activities on offer are ice skating and circus skills, as well as face painting, balloon modelling, T-shirt painting, an obstacle course, banner making, Mod Roc and lots of arts and crafts including wind chimes, badges and keying making.
Recycled bottles are cleaned, sorted, fired in a kiln, some of the pieces are painted, and all are strung on weathered wood, also recycled, and made into delightful, very musical, wind chimes.
This latest project phase has led the children to design and make wind chimes that will eventually be hung in the gardens of the new premises and an opportunity to visit the site and learn first hand about the challenges facing different people.
GRIEVING relatives could be asked to remove wind chimes and solar lights from graves in Nuneaton and Bedworth under a planned clampdown.