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1. Now the clamor rose an octave.
2. The clamor, music to some ears.
3. The pans started to clamor again.
4. Twelve striking: stops the clamor;.
5. Their clamor stifled dreadful cries.
6. Then an awful scream rent the clamor.
7. The crowd's appreciative clamor faded.

8. Someone called to them from the clamor.
9. The people clamor for a worthy leader.
10. Through the din and clamor, Senta smiled.
11. A big clamor scattered in the whole place.
12. One child would clamor, But Miss Sarah, we.
13. For a moment he was embarrassed by the clamor.
14. The mother shouted through the clamor of bells.
15. The other side rang with the clamor of a farrier.
16. It was quiet here, without the usual clamor of birds.
17. Impatiently she looked around at the clamor and saw two.
18. Perpetual motion was in his little arms and perpetual clamor.
19. A bestial clamor rose on all sides, and other arms grappled him.
20. After a few minutes, they heard a faint clamor from within, and.
21. A clamor of death blew across the wasteland as Sven commanded his.
22. The cave echoed with the clamor of our onslaught against each other.
23. I can tell by the clamor that rises in the room after Tobias speaks.
24. The sudden clamor of church bells almost made her drop the breakfast.
25. The clamor of the phone destroyed that line of thought for the moment.
26. Mmm hmm, he mumbled over top of the clamor of roused up chickens.
27. Surely, with the constant clamor that life amongst trolls held, he 176.
28. The clamor lasted for less than a minute, and then the Galaef took control.
29. As the clamor increased, Moshe looked around trying to discern the reason.
30. As she thought this, the clamor of dissenting voices rose up Scarlett sniffed.
31. Suddenly from inside the manor came a clamor of bells and the beating of a drum.
32. There were a clamor of voices, a rustle of silks, a clanking of spurs and swords.
33. A desperate clamor, and sounds of brawls from the streets below, rose to his ears.
34. The sound filled the depot with the clamor of creation, waking up the atoms in me.
35. Without fail, some new crisis would rise to clamor for the attention of me and my men.
36. An electric bell rang out and the clamor of boisterous youth filled the crisp fall air.
37. When they reached the valley floor and neared the shoreline of the lake, a giant clamor.
38. The bar around you fills with men in dark suits, the clamor of places nonexistent to you.
39. There were more shouts – threats – and a great deal of clamor, as the entire building.
40. There was a faint far clamor, a sigh, a musing upon distant things, heard in the stethoscope.
41. The distant clamor of battle went unheard; she opened her wings and bounded into the open sky.
42. Then they trotted off toward the clamor that indicated where the bulk of the hunt was going on.
43. So many groups would clamor to give him awards that he’d find it difficult to fit everyone in.
44. The frenzied activity at the top of the dunes came to a halt amid the increasing clamor from below.
45. At that a great clamor arose, some siding with Aratus, some with the Corinthian, whom they called Ivanos.
46. Away from the crowd’s clamor she heard crickets, a hoot owl, and animal noises coming from the stables.
47. Then behind the dazed and stricken invaders went up a mighty clamor and the blaze of a huge conflagration.
48. Will this truly be Destiratu, my lord? a raven-haired female in the front row called above the clamor.
49. And over the open communications channel we hear a grand clamor from the other ship, a few thousand miles off.
50. Nothing could be more blood-curdling than the clamor of that wild and desperate bell, wailing amid the shadows.
51. Sooner or later, women will clamor to have a voice in the deliberations and some of the men will cave in to it.
52. There was a loud clamor on the stairs as Neo happily bounded up the steps, racing towards his mistress’s side.
53. He was ascending the first pitch of the hills, and he seemed to hear an echo of the bird's clamor far behind him.
54. I am proud that I represent a people just, generous, and independent, not to be carried away by unmeaning clamor.
55. Their clamor was a faint echo in the gold-domed chamber where Bunda Chand struggled on the velvet-cushioned dais.
56. Let’s start with a few slots; maybe it’ll help calm the nerves, Sound said above the clamor of the Casino.
57. Through all the clamor, the Oogie heard Izayah say that he wanted to be the best basketball player in the whole world.
58. But Frankie was restless from the clamor of family conflict, taking a long time to nod off, and Charly fell asleep with her.
59. Up the corridor, though still out of sight, he heard a rising clamor that told him his foes were behind as well as before him.
60. For a second the noise and clamor of the grand stand, the babble of thousands of tongues, were succeeded by a strange stillness.
61. James’ gun went off with a clamor, but Ethan was already pushing the gun away with one hand and aiming for his neck with the other.
62. Strange and exotic birds strutted down the pathways or perched within the branches, filling the trio's ears with a clamor of melodies.
63. I reeled back and drifted with the clamor of boots to see elbows shoving about in the rummage for Mumm's as against Twelvetrees bubbly.
64. When the persistent clamor of the brat became too annoying, "Your son is squalling," Thenardier would say; "do go and see what he wants.
65. Then at each corner of the building I set off a chain of firecrackers, since demons have highly refined sensibilities and dislike clamor.
66. The warriors started up, glaring wildly, and a voice rose above their clamor, a far-carrying voice of command which came from none knew where.
67. They swarmed about him yelling and hacking, and through the arched doorways rushed others, awakened from their slumbers by the unwonted clamor.
68. There, very puzzled, Ned Land and Conseil watched the crewmen opening the hatches, while a frightful clamor and furious shouts resounded outside.
69. The noise in the confined area of the pit, approximately three hundred feet across, wracked Ben's ears with an agonizing drone of constant clamor.
70. But when Roopa’s clamor rent the air as Sandhya plunged her tongue into her surging vulva to savor its flavor, they both had gratifying feeling.
71. At that moment a fearful noise and clamor was heard in the hall, there were violent shouts, the door was flung open, and Dmitri burst into the room.
72. At that the clamor rose anew, Aratus trying to get at the senseless man and Ivanos finally bestriding him, sword in hand, and defying all and sundry.
73. The clanging of metal doors and the angry clamor of prisoners rose up around us as an officer escorted me to one of the small, bare conference rooms.
74. A bloodthirsty yell from a hundred throats answered him, with such a waving of weapons and a clamor that he could not understand what they were saying.
75. The second Kathy opened the door leading to her garage, the clamor of her excited pets escalated in volume, and with laughing ruefulness she wryly commented.
76. The clamor rose to a crescendo of madness, and then the Cimmerian turned and went swiftly toward the rim of the plateau, with its fringe of moon-limned trees.
77. But all I have said is wrong, very wrong—we are all Republicans, all Federalists—all is right—this is all an idle clamor, made to effect a given purpose.
78. A wild shrill clamor rose from the edge of the wood and suddenly a body of ape-men rushed out with clubs and stones, and made for the center of the Indian line.
79. The silence of the Carpathia's engines, the piercing cold, the clamor of many voices in the companionways, caused me to dress hurriedly and awaken my wife, at 5.
80. Still, those who clamor that great art and literature are nothing but weapons of the powerful imposed on the powerless to prop up a decadent culture did not vanish.
81. One might contrast this hackneyed clamor of the Musalmans to the low-key Hindu murmur when Mahendra Choudhary was ousted in a coup in Fiji, and made captive besides.
82. From this crawling flapping mass of obscene reptilian life came the shocking clamor which filled the air and the mephitic, horrible, musty odor which turned us sick.
83. Being afraid to defy the clamor of this misled mob who cried for the blood of Jesus, he ordered the Jewish guards and the Roman soldiers to take Jesus and scourge him.
84. I tossed the bowl into the sink with a clink and a clamor, and then, ran into my brother’s room to grab as many pairs of jeans as I figured that I could squeeze into.
85. Every time I concluded my answers, the clamor of the room propagated with major intensity under the screams of magicians and enchantresses who were condemning my speech.
86. Tom talked incessantly, exulting and laughing, but his voice was as remote from Jordan and me as the foreign clamor on the sidewalk or the tumult of the elevated overhead.
87. Not with Will and Christina standing a foot away from me—staring with open mouths, probably because I just kissed Tobias—and the clamor of the Dauntless surrounding us.
88. The long sweep of green water roaring forever down, and the thick flickering curtain of spray hissing forever upward, turn a man giddy with their constant whirl and clamor.
89. The clamor of many voices soon announced that a party approached, who might be expected to communicate some intelligence that would explain the mystery of the novel surprise.
90. The poor man made a clamor over it: some malefactor had been there! He entered, and the first thing he beheld was a piece of gold lying forgotten on some piece of furniture.
91. A blond Ken doll with shoulder-length hair (had Daddy’s standards slipped?) pointed into the crowd and then the clamor died and one of the reporters repeated his question.
92. Standing at my door, I could hear the rush of their wings; when, driving toward my house, they suddenly spied my light, and with hushed clamor wheeled and settled in the pond.
93. Conan jerked lustily at the rope which depended from the bell beside the lantern, augmenting its clamor by hammering on the iron-bound teakwork gate with the hilt of his sword.
94. Then they reached the top of their arcs, plummeted back towards earth, and landed in a terrible, re-echoing roll of thunder even worse than the fiendish clamor of their passage.
95. The was an immediate clamor as each boy excitedly volunteered to hide under the pile of branches because they assumed that would be the boy that caught the falcon, which was correct.
96. Skirting a small lake, they had stared to see a great gray fisher bird that stabbed and paddled in the sedge, until a flight of wild duck had frightened them away with their clamor.
97. But the House is my witness that I am compelled, by the clamor raised on all sides by the friends of the Administration, to descend to particulars, and to examine it somewhat minutely.
98. He did not notice that the bell had ceased ringing, nor did he notice that the songs had ceased, and that instead of singing and drunken clamor there was absolute stillness in the house.
99. Guards were running through the garden, all converging toward the palace, where the clamor momentarily grew louder—tall men in burnished cuirasses and crested helmets of polished bronze.
100. As that wild yell rose above the clamor, there was an instant's lull, and then a hundred throats bayed ferocious answer and warriors came leaping to repel the attack presaged by the warning.
1. I should be clamoring to go home.
2. The actor-lover is alone in clamoring for the calcium.
3. Lilliputians; and very soon they were to clamoring to.
4. The media was still clamoring to get in and interview him.
5. The clamoring hens gave warning, stirring up a fury of ruckus.
6. The ringing in her ears and the clamoring in her head wouldn’t stop.
7. Here are the kinds of shows that networks seem to be clamoring for lately.
8. The of her dullness was passing now and her stomach was clamoring for food.
9. When I walked to my locker, I noticed that people weren't clamoring for my attention.
10. Suddenly, a clamoring crowd rushed past their window, followed by a mob of Surtorians.
11. He’d been too busy clamoring for space … and even after she left couldn’t get it.
12. There was no shelling, no gunfire, no sound of engines revving up and armor clamoring by.
13. And it was not until long after nightfall that the clamoring multitude could be dispersed.
14. Clamoring voices abound—cries of war, of mourning mothers and fathers, brothers and friends.
15. She could feel the collective with her now, in wild, unrestrained exultation, clamoring for more.
16. Their chatter roared to life, clamoring in my mind, and I stumbled over a rock hidden in the grass.
17. All his instincts were clamoring for action; but he held back, unsure if she were feeling the same.
18. He could not leave the helicopter parked in the road, so they surged forward shouting and clamoring.
19. He was now stunned and confused that the defense was clamoring loudly with demands to have him do so.
20. A real honor because he has millions of visitors from all over the world clamoring for his attention.
21. As Louie and Phil lay in their cells one day, they heard a commotion outside, the clamoring sounds of a mob.
22. It was Paul Richardson saying that the media were gathering outside their hotel, clamoring for a statement.
23. The best time to buy growth stocks is when they are cheap, not when the investment herd is clamoring to buy.
24. Clamoring voices march up the street as Cass ventures to see what all the commotion is coming in this direction.
25. The clamoring of the armor of the knights he moved forward and wrapped his hand around the hilt and pulled….
26. Jesse couldn’t help but notice how happy Olivia looked as she played with children clamoring for her attention.
27. These options have a very high premium because—you guessed it—retail traders are clamoring to buy these cheap options.
28. But when Louie spoke of the war, Jordan sensed something rustling just behind his eyes, a clamoring emotion pent up in a small space.
29. The blue gold, as it is often referred to, will be the next commodity that both developed and emerging countries will be clamoring over.
30. I suppose now would be a good time to introduce you to the rest of my family, who as you can plainly see, are all clamoring to meet you.
31. In 1938 the business was really being given away, with no takers; in 1961 the public was clamoring for the shares at a ridiculously high price.
32. Early the next morning, they returned to Grünau, where Leni Riefenstahl’s crew and international newsreel photographers were clamoring to film them.
33. Yes, well, she questioned a few of the men and found they weren't clamoring to break down the doors to leave, that they were well-fed and housed decently.
34. Thus, when a company experiences distress, there are many forced sellers clamoring for the narrow exit doors, and there are not enough buyers to widen the door and hold up the correct price.
35. In the clamoring world of PC enforcers “sensitivity” to “minority rights” is required in a manner that journalist William McGowan in his book Coloring the News shows to be selective at best.
36. Very soon the people from Capernaum and near-by villages began to arrive, and by ten o'clock that morning almost one thousand were assembled on shore near Jesus' boat and were clamoring for attention.
37. Teenagers in groups, dressed and accessorized in rebellion and yet dressed alike, some intent on texting or playing games on their phones even with the riotous carnival clamoring for their attention and their dollars all around them.
38. The rally that was planned at Memorial Park and had been approved a few weeks ago, had now grown into something of a national event with every news media person in the world clamoring for space at the Liberty Memorial near Union Station.
39. On top of that, the man who took it and was willing to tangle with the open jaws, sharp teeth and huge appetite of the government bureaucracy, paid me in installments which went straight to the Abu Amira sons who were clamoring for their money.
40. Where once had been a few towns, huge cities sprang up crammed with millions of excess humanity clamoring for their individual rights, as a rising class struggle from the bottom began threatening to overturn the topmost structures of wealth and power.
41. She had been afraid of being treated like a simple ornament meant to satisfy those who were clamoring for more equality in the agency, an ornament that could then be ignored at will and could be left in some dusty corner while the boys did their things.
42. Most of the damage ended up confined to shattered storefronts and traffic accidents north of the city, but as we pushed our way through the clamoring throng of press in the Hall’s lobby, the quake’s biggest news crackled with the fierceness of a live wire:.
43. It is the duty of each part equally to respect and obey the laws; and if apprehension of the consequence of a faction, clamoring against the acts of the Government, should deter it from pursuing its course, such would be an alarming manifestation of its weakness.
44. So it was that, in spite of this clamoring chorus of expediencies, the small voice which claims in every man the justice of joy made itself heeded, and Miss Merlin received an offer of marriage; which, stung by South’s indifference, she allowed herself to accept.
45. She had been awakened from her siesta by the thundering artillery that made the earth tremble, by the dissonances of the marching bands, the confusion of funeral hymns over the clamoring bells in all the churches, which had been ringing without pause since the previous day.
46. Mona had sense enough to pull up the shivering feathers of the wrapper over her face so that nothing could be seen of her but heaps of red hair and dangling bejeweled feet, and we made our exit with polished polite assurances to the clamoring herd, directing the profoundly indifferent Clem to head for New Orleans immediately.
1. They clamored to see Jesus.
2. They always clamored for more.
3. Outside, a throng clamored for attention.
4. As they clamored for more, the head priest asked her.
5. The scythe dropped from his hands, clamored on the floor.
6. Minutes later, we clamored into the buckboard and, after.
7. They all clamored to speak to him, almost overwhelming him.
8. The JV clamored to be named the varsity boat for the regatta.
9. So many things clamored for his attention, his energy, his time.
10. Outside, fans clamored at the gates for a glimpse of the new idol.
11. Even the Thespians who gave amateur plays once a month clamored for her.
12. The other boys clamored to second the motion as the hike had built up their appetites.
13. That must be the naval tower, she told Brock once he had clamored up beside her, flat on his belly, too.
14. The boy was crying, I’m so sorry Yevy! as he clamored off of her causing her more pain in the process.
15. I spent a long time thinking about it; it crowded my thoughts every night before I slept and clamored for attention every time I woke.
16. When Joseph presented Pilate's order for the Master's body to the centurion, the Jews raised a tumult and clamored for its possession.
17. While they worked, trumpets clamored outside, arms clanged, and across the river rose a deep-throated roar as squadron after squadron swung into place.
18. Most of these men who clamored for membership threatened to “squeeze” the managers of the Assemblies unless they could “pull the ropes” for these admission cards.
19. Now they clamored nervously, making obvious jokes, darting glances at Aunt Rose as if she concealed a bomb in that ample bosom that was ticking steadily on toward their doom.
20. But within her young body she had many things hiding: the dichotomy that was her father--a diabolical but righteous man; a mother that disapproved of her choices; and sisters that clamored to her for answers.
21. And indeed, now a vast crowd clamored, drawn by the others, aching to advise their favorite swig, recommend some country site where it rained less and shone more sun than in all England or your South of France.
22. But of late, while he was staying in Moscow after his wife’s confinement, with nothing to do, the question that clamored for solution had more and more often, more and more insistently, haunted Levin’s mind.
23. Thus, we figured the situation could only improve! Put option values reached their peak the first two days after the move as traders clamored to either cover short put positions or tried to hedge long futures positions by buying puts.
24. Yasmina cowered in a corner, staring in horror as the two men fought back and forth across the room, almost trampling her at times; the flash and clangor of their blades filled the room, and outside the mob clamored like a wolf-pack, hacking deafeningly at the bronze door with their long knives, and dashing huge rocks against it.
25. The child clamored for a toy,.
1. These clamors wild to a race of pride I give.
2. They resembled shots and the clamors of a multitude.
3. That question you have not answered, and it is your great grief, for it clamors for an answer.
4. From the Boulevard Bourdon to the bridge of Austerlitz one of those clamors which resemble billows stirred the multitude.
5. It was not the opinions of editors of newspapers, or the clamors of individuals, that influenced my vote, and I hope they never will.
6. They then all embraced him in turns, and Imre left them, amidst clamors of the little ones, and proceeded to his grandmother's apartments.
7. In the multitude which now clamors for the Master's death are to be found only his sworn enemies and the easily led and unthinking populace.
8. She clamors for her daughter’s love, and believes that the best way to secure it will be to feign guilt, so that the girl can rescue her.
9. But no sooner does he turn his eyes toward the great tribunal of God than he clamors it is out of all proportion and an audacious rebellion against the sense of love, when viewed as a matter justice.
10. First come clamors, the shops are closed, the displays of the merchants disappear; then come isolated shots; people flee; blows from gun-stocks beat against portes cocheres, servants can be heard laughing in the courtyards of houses and saying: "There's going to be a row!".
11. Thus in 1806, when, from the plunder of commerce, by British cruisers, a negotiation, notwithstanding the obvious reluctance of the Cabinet, was forced upon them, by the clamors of the merchants, the non-importation law of April, in that year, was obtruded between the two countries.
12. Although the groans of these victims of barbarity for the loss of (what would be dearer to Americans than life) their liberty; although the cries of their wives and children in the privation of protectors and parents have of late been drowned in the louder clamors at the loss of property; yet is the practice of forcing our mariners into the British navy, in violation of the rights of our flag, carried on with unabated rigor and severity.
13. The American Government, anxious to preserve the remnant of the property of the American merchants, that had escaped the rapacity of the tyrant of the ocean, on the twenty-second of December, eighteen hundred and seven, passes the embargo law, which the seditious clamors of certain arch traitors in the Eastern States, the violation of the law by treason and cupidity, induced Congress on the first of March, eighteen hundred and nine, to repeal, and to pass the present non-intercourse law, continued, under which France has revoked her decrees of Berlin and Milan, and now expects us to fulfil the conditions which we voluntarily imposed on ourselves, in the event of either revoking their decrees.
14. Has the embargo answered? Is there any probability, the slightest indication, that it will answer? Has it operated, to any perceptible extent, except upon ourselves, during the twelvemonth it has been in existence? If, then, neither the remembrance of the past, nor the prospect of the future, gives the least encouragement to hope, why will gentlemen persist in the system? And that too, sir, at an expense to their own country so enormous in amount? Will they go on obstinately amid all the discontents, or clamors (as gentlemen in very anti-republican language call the voice of the people) in the Eastern and Northern States? And that from mere obstinacy—an obstinacy not encouraged by the least glimmering of hope? If I could be pointed to a single fact, produced by the operation of the embargo, which would prove that it had any other effect on the disposition of Great Britain than to irritate—or any other on France than to please, than to encourage her to a perseverance in that system of injustice which we pretend to oppose, but to the policy of which we give all our support with an infatuated wilfulness, and which, therefore, increases the hostility Great Britain has felt from the measure—if they could show me, sir, that the embargo will bring either to terms, I would abandon the opposition at once, and come heart and hand into the support of your measures.

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