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  1. The whole class broke into clamour.
  2. There was a long clamour of discussion.
  3. There was a clamour of congratulation.
  4. All the clamour gradually died away at.
  5. There was a bit of a clamour in the room.

  6. THE NOISE AND CLAMOUR OF A HUGE CROWD IS HEARD.
  7. The mother shouted through the clamour of bells.
  8. All the clamour gradually died away at his entrance.
  9. There followed another clamour of indistinguishable.
  10. Let us try to say good-by without too great a clamour.
  11. The noise in the auditorium had risen to a clamour when Mr.
  12. To the devil with your clamour! I don't want you to speak.
  13. Clamour: An outcry; an objection with the crying of dissatisfaction.
  14. It was not long before a clamour was heard in the streets leading up.
  15. The wild clamour of his body for its soul, and a sudden rush upwards.

  16. The resultant clamour was followed by total calm and wondrous silence.
  17. Above their clamour, the Lost One could hear Jemelda’s triumphant voice.
  18. There was a clamour of comment, which the prior suppressed with difficulty.
  19. Owen paused, and immediately there arose a great clamour from his listeners.
  20. Clouds of smoke and a great clamour smote our senses when he opened the door.
  21. At sunrise the Ents' voices rose to a great clamour and then died down again.
  22. Zerstchikov's voice was suddenly heard in the midst of the clamour and din :.
  23. In the clamour of voices and the rattle of arms, Captain Mitchell made himself.
  24. At first the prince took no heed to all this clamour, but continued to press forward.
  25. There was a wild clamour, hooting and laughing, as something was lifted from the ground.

  26. The room erupted to a clamour of shouting and arm waving, with some leaving their seats.
  27. Boats! Of course we have crowded our decks with them in answer to this ignorant clamour.
  28. Be careful not to start before the noise and clamour stop completely… understood?’.
  29. A clamour of talk rose all round him, all were shaking their head, tears started from Mr.
  30. The sort of party I wanted was one that would fill the house with clamour, a huge mêlée of.
  31. Come back to the City before all are overwhelmed!' But the wind that sped the ships blew all their clamour away.
  32. Without warning there was an uproar as a tumultuous barking clamour erupted and the yellow dog raced into the bushes a few meters from him.
  33. So sudden and so great a bankruptcy, we should in the present times be apt to imagine, must have occasioned a very violent popular clamour.
  34. Discipline prevailed: in five minutes the confused throng was resolved into order, and comparative silence quelled the Babel clamour of tongues.
  35. In the midst of this clamour and distress, a new bank was established in Scotland, for the express purpose of relieving the distress of the country.
  36. In order to bring the point to a speedy decision, they have always recourse to the loudest clamour, and sometimes to the most shocking violence and outrage.
  37. Every now and then all the Wargs in the circle would answer their grey chief all together, and their dreadful clamour almost made the hobbit fall out of his pine-tree.
  38. The women had been illegal immigrants themselves so the amnesty had not applied to them and the authorities had been unyielding to the clamour for exceptional leniency.
  39. As for the Master he saw there was nothing else for it but to obey the general clamour, for the moment at any rate, and to pretend to believe that Thorin was what he said.
  40. Sotillo, irritable, moody, walked restlessly about, held consultations with his officers, gave contradictory orders in this shrill clamour pervading the whole empty edifice.
  41. Grumbling thunder swelled to a deafening clamour and darkness was banished by continuous billion-volt energy blasts arcing across the firmament, tearing the ether to shreds.
  42. Meanwhile the clamour had begun to subside in the captain's room: they had finished their game, were settling down to sleep, and meanwhile were grumbling and languidly winding up their quarrels.
  43. He went to bed a little after midnight, and was awakened from lurid dreams in the small hours of Monday by the sound of door knockers, feet running in the street, distant drumming, and a clamour of bells.
  44. And I who had dropped straight on top of her in the waters of Thiessow without any effort at all! Thus does Fortune withhold blessings from those who clamour, and piles them unasked on the shrinking heads of the meek.
  45. In the public deliberations, therefore, his voice is little heard, and less regarded; except upon particular occasions, when his clamour is animated, set on, and supported by his employers, not for his, but their own particular purposes.
  46. And for the third time, as soon as it started to repeat the same behaviour as before, another vial landed on its head with the same clamour and water cascading over its face, leaving no chance for it to try to throw its rider once again.
  47. Moreover, shut up with Murat in his carriage, he ran less risk of being subjected to insults from his angry soldiery, nor was he haunted by the spectacle of their famine and despair, or the sound of their clamour for bread, bread, bread!.
  48. In the republics of ancient Greece, particularly in Athens, the ordinary courts of justice consisted of numerous, and therefore disorderly, bodies of people, who frequently decided almost at random, or as clamour, faction, and party-spirit, happened to determine.
  49. There they are again, the pillars, the pediment, the Temple of Victory and the Erechtheum, set on a tawny rock cleft with shadows, directly you unlatch your shutters in the morning and, leaning out, hear the clatter, the clamour, the whip cracking in the street below.
  50. But the cruellest of our revenue laws, I will venture to affirm, are mild and gentle, in comparison to some of those which the clamour of our merchants and manufacturers has extorted from the legisiature, for the support of their own absurd and oppressive monopolies.
  51. But we pray that all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil-speaking may be put away from us, with all malice; and that we may be kind one to another, and tender-hearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ�s sake we hope hath forgiven us.
  52. But we pray that all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil-speaking may be put away from us, with all malice; and that we may be kind one to another, and tender-hearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake we hope hath forgiven us.
  53. Faction, combined with the interest of smuggling merchants, raised so violent, though so unjust a clamour, against that bill, that the minister thought proper to drop it ; and, from a dread of exciting a clamour of the same kind, none of his successors have dared to resume the project.
  54. No! It was impossible that Montero should succeed! This criminal, this shameless Indio! The clamour continued for some time, everybody else in the room looking towards the group where Don Juste had put on his air of impartial solemnity as if presiding at a sitting of the Provincial Assembly.
  55. It was true, that when searched for arms in the hall downstairs, before being taken into Sotillo's presence, Captain Mitchell had been relieved of his watch and chain; but at the colonel's clamour it was produced quickly enough, a corporal bringing it up, carried carefully in the palms of his joined hands.
  56. But Frodo, without any clear idea of why he did so, or what he hoped for, ran along the path crying help! help! help! It seemed to him that he could hardly hear the sound of his own shrill voice: it was blown away from him by the willow-wind and drowned in a clamour of leaves, as soon as the words left his mouth.
  57. While the seventy men were celebrating with unbridled merriment and the sound of their laughter filled the place, the voice of our officer rumbled above the hubbub saying, ‘Listen men… Listen!’ The clamour died away immediately and the men stood motionless on the spot, looking at him with awe and appreciation.
  58. There are those who are self-serving, who seek advancement at all cost, who clamour and climb over others to be in front, their self-importance and ambition destroys all thought of helping others, they are people who can ‘kill with a look’, who can destroy with a word, who want and maintain power for prestige and status.
  59. Lucy would have been immensely taken aback, and perhaps, such is one's perversity, even hurt, if she could have seen the ray of hope which at this thought lit her Aunt Dot's exhausted mind; for Miss Entwhistle's life, which had been a particularly ordered and calm one up to the day when Wemyss first called at Eaton Terrace, had since then been nothing but just confused clamour.
  60. What is it that these rays of light striking our retina convey to our brain, and from our brain to whatever is ourselves, in the seat of consciousness above this? What is this mysterious correspondence set up between something within and something without, that at times sends such a clamour of harmony through our whole being? Why do certain combinations of sound in music and of form and colour in art affect us so profoundly? What are the laws governing harmony in the universe, and whence do they come? It is hardly trees and sky, earth, or flesh and blood, as such, that interest the artist; but rather that through these things in memorable moments he is permitted a consciousness of deeper things, and impelled to seek utterance for what is moving him.
  61. I looked up but he had turned and before I could say anything, had climbed the pyramid steps and entered the temple, the whole thing seemed like some horrible dream, the child he had sent out from this temple was now a man, a man who intended to see this priest pay for his treachery, then every one was crowding around me clapping my back and congratulating me, then I saw Jodas and shouting above the clamour I asked him were Coatl had gone, he told me, with a long face that Gled had taken him and my bundles home to see my mother, so I grabbed his arm and calling to the Xocanti warriors we walked after Gled, this seemed to cheer Jodas up, he started to chatter like the monkeys in the tree-tops, I paid him little attention, I was wondering why the high priest should betray me to the Mixtec and show such hatred toward me, I had no indication of the depth or reason for the venom directed at my family, I had never liked him, none of my friends had either, the priest had never been known to laugh or show any warmth to anybody, so thankfully I very rarely came into contact with him, but for all his cunning he had been outsmarted and fallen into the Santaros trap laid by my mother, and I swore he would pay for that treachery and he would also pay for the threat he had just whispered in my ear, he would regret making an enemy of me, I was no longer the juvenile he thought I was.
  62. In peace from the wild heart of clamour,.
  63. The instant burst of clamour that she made,.

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