Tom and Ray, also known as the "Click" and "Clack" or the Tappet Brothers," attempt to troubleshoot these issues while bantering with one another and the callers.
He speaks of its wealth, commerce, grandeur and magnificence - of the mildness of the climate, the beauty of the gardens, the sweet, clear and salubrious springs, the flowing streams, and the pleasant clack of the watermills.
For example, Click Clack Sofas serve as a sofa, a guest bed and a storage unit.
The old market cross still exists, and close to it stands the stone that gives the town its name (Gaelic, clack, stone; Manann, the name of the district).
clack caterpillar, funky footprints, chase and read some of her books.
clack valve pipework has had to be extended.
In the cockpit the now familiar click clack sound of the gear stick shaft moving through the exposed metal gate.
The feed clack valves below the boiler give trouble by leaking.
Then a four for Fleming with a crisp clack through mid wicket.
SO BB and I played click clack caterpillar, funky footprints, chase and read some of her books.
clack of a typewriter trying too hard echoing behind it.
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