drumbeat of war.
The author skilfully weaves his plot punctuated by the rhythmic drumbeat which heralds the appearance of the new moon.
Ms Short had opened the debate by saying: " We can all hear the drumbeat of war.
Echoing street sounds lead into the lovely bass theme of ' Chelsea Monday ' (8:16 ), backed by a pounding drumbeat.
Variation makes it very difficult, if not downright impossible to improve a process by making the work flow and setting the drumbeat.
The method I use most frequently is repetitious sound in the form of a steady drumbeat.
The next time I surfaced, my head was throbbing with a heavy metal drumbeat that threatened to drive me mad.
He marches to his own drumbeat, uninfluenced by others.
The splendor of the surroundings are described in vivid detail to a backdrop of an understated yet dramatic drumbeat.
Over a hypnotic drumbeat, the vocals are split and phased, comin ' at you from each speaker in a double attack.
repetitious sound in the form of a steady drumbeat.
The drumbeat of media speculation is growing ever louder that Bruce Springsteen and his band mate and wife of 15 years, Patti Scialfa, are headed for divorce.
She almost always follows her own drumbeat, so she is often the talk of the fashion town.
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