Spike 's ringing tones were only covered by the toll of the front door bell, reverberating through the house.
The augmentation of the toll revenue at Highgate must have benefited greatly by the change.
Major tourist routes have fast Autobahns on which a toll is charged.
The toll of the Cubans scrum was beginning to tell and the howling banshee Cuban back line was starting to run a muck.
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After the scandal of the needlessly high casualty toll of the Crimean War (1854-56), an assumption had taken firm hold.
The crack cocaine epidemic was taking its toll on the inner city.
The city has largely escaped the rabid commercialism, which has unfortunately taken such a heavy toll on Canterbury.
However, in the end, the toll concessions proved to make little difference to trade so they were soon dropped.
Even after the famous Iron Bridge was built locals objected to paying a toll to cross the bridge so carried on using the coracle.
They admitted many residents could pay only 20p to cross a toll cordon.
Although the only reason worth mentioning him is to see how age has taken it 's toll on a once dashing hero.
Officials say the final death toll is likely to increase.
To his surprise the wish comes true and he throws himself into a decadent lifestyle whilst the picture takes the toll of his excesses.
Toll on, thou passing bell; Ring out my doleful knell; Let thy sound my death tell.
The site includes a toll house, a cottage and Victorian dwellings all once erected in the Manor.
Beyond 1850 The wolves had taken a heavy toll on the elk population and by 1830 they were scarce.
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Accidental injury exacts a heavy toll on society Every year 10,000 people die from accidental injury.
Unfortunately the exertions of the test day took their toll on the field, with several drivers hitting mechanical problems.
Green signs used for toll expressway or highways only.
UN and human rights groups put the death toll at upwards of 100,000; poisonous gas was used against scores of Kurdish villages.
The toll is huge: severe gastroenteritis is responsible for a quarter of all deaths worldwide.
The reason for the death toll in the UK is our huge stock of poorly heated, energy inefficient homes.
This will be the fourth year that SNH has killed healthy hedgehogs on the Uists, with the death toll now at 535.
Years of disco dancing in stiletto heels have definitely taken their toll on Barbie 's dainty arched feet.
Driving around Mexico was surprisingly easy, with most roads in pretty good condition, especially the fast toll highways.
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The toll was no doubt a good deal higher in the insanitary crowded dwellings of the poor in Bristol.
Not properly insured says toll of quot the money if you have.
Average fatalities per month Graph 1 plots the average death toll per month during the second intifada.
A handful of Speckled Woods were the only butterflies of note on the cyclepath between the Toll Bridge and the first road lay-by.
The weight of the air attack also took a toll on the convoy with 4 merchantmen sunk & 2 damaged, .
The repeated alterations may have taken their toll on the medieval buildings of the former monastic refectory.
Bypassing one of Europe 's most congested motorways - where does the M6 toll run?
Monitoring efforts on toll motorways have been pushed for similar reasons.
However, with an ever-increasing death toll from the effects of the noxious substance, observers have started to question the tactics used.
North of the Toll Bridge, there was a single Oystercatcher among the 100+ Lapwings.
View north through the toll plaza toward the bridge.
The mechanism which is at work involves Toll-like receptors.
Most bridges had used toll charges to recoup the cost of building them.
Toll-like receptor 2 and 4 (TLR2 and TLR4) agonists differentially regulate secretory interleukin-1 receptor antagonist gene expression in macrophages.
Are there not other ways of raising money, such as toll roads?
A weekend in the saddle had taken its toll, A few sore bums, but we had reached our goal.
Police have been known to catch speeders using the times on the tickets between Autoroute toll points.
Cancer Research UK publishes statistics New statistics reveal the extent of the death toll caused by smoking in Scotland in the last half century.
He has long been a staunch advocate of a toll-free road system.
The strength of sterling continues to take its toll on export orders.
Needle: Ye telt the Toll Man a lee an ye war gaun ti keep his pennies ti yeirsell, war ye?
Sadly the terrible toll of homicide bombers in Israel has led to several well-publicized examples of organs from victims helping others live.