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Bedlam, and Boom-Boom, and Imshi, and Glug, and Firedance, and Fuzzball.

Added to the blatting of the dory horns and the shocking boom-boom of shotguns, it made sound enough, in the three-walled confines of the tote road anyhow, to wake the dead.

I will quench the footlights, so the pista will be dark when Boom-Boom swings into the anthem for the come-in.

At this moment, Boom-Boom Beck was kneeling on it, and he and a Slovak on the other center pole were adjusting the turnbuckles and tension of the tightrope that crossed the fifty-foot space between them.

Chopper Fontanelli and Deadeye Washington… Flower Child Andromede and Gunsmoke Harrington… Boom-Boom Hoffower… Bloodbrother Loudelk… Whispering Zitka…and Politician Blancanales and Gadgets Schwarz.

All the troupers had heard it played on balalaikas in restaurants and hotel dining rooms, and Boom-Boom Beck was scoring a version for his windjammers to play.

The windjammers fetched their instruments and Bandmaster Boom-Boom conducted them in a rather raucous rendition of the "Thunder and Lightning" polka.

Texas and Rhode Island evolved from a common ancestor"), or, supposing the people were Bible Belt creationists, as if God had made the states, had sat down at his big cumulous desk with his big titanium pen in his big creative fist and said in his big boom-boom voice, "I think I'll make Louisiana look like a Frankenstein boot.

The sound of a Bouncing Betty's boom-boom always worked like a Pavlovian dinner song.

My vision blackened, and a deafening silence filled my ears and shut out the boom-booming of my own heart in his other hand.

These were followed in turn by the lower boom-boom of an old, heavy-caliber carbine.

He had Stitches Goesle put pennants fluttering from the tops of the tents' sidepoles—alternately tricolor and red pennants—and had Boom-Boom Beck play for the opening and closing specs neither the imperial "Partant pour la Syrie" nor the revolutionary "Marseillaise" but the noncontroversial "Champs de la Patrie.