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Tea, some small shade, and a nice backyard patio are ideal accompaniments for you to have on deck when you play this fantastic song.
Maybe this reflection of once-upon-a-time normality is the kind of soothing accompaniment we need right now.
The musical accompaniment to the dance is predominantly a medley of greatest hits of the songs of other bird species, the function of which behavioral ecologist Anastasia Dalziell was studying via audio and video recordings of the rituals.
For me, the gravy has always been primarily an accompaniment to the meat, so I flavor it in a similar way.
I used to sing it with an accompaniment tape at my little country church when I was a kid.
Then, as he neared the room, a sound of music floated out to meet him— Tony was singing to his own accompaniment.
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She also played his Fourteenth Rhapsody with orchestral accompaniment in most bold and dashing style.
Left on a picket boat with Birdie to board my destroyer to an accompaniment of various denominations of projectiles.
She is like a canary bird; when others begin to speak, she hurries in her remarks, in an accompaniment.
The Elves Chorus is intended for boys voices in unison, with accompaniment for mixed chorus and orchestra.

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