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We end up seeing the reverberations of this final culmination of the relationship playing out across the mythology, where the necromancer devours the cavalier to become a Lyctor.
That groundbreaking style found avid fans through its characteristically fulsome reverberation, a quality that played well on radios and jukeboxes, the then-dominant audio-broadcasting technology.
As the reverberations of the pandemic grind on, wariness around subscriber behavior and market dynamics has kept publishers perpetually on edge.
The researchers calculated the reverberation time in the model.
A minute later the street door, four flights down, rang out in jarring reverberation.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
The air was calm, and the reverberation rolled far over the forest.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
Just before dawn he was assisted in waking by the abnormal reverberation of familiar music.
They were like the reverberation of some far-off tutored circle.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
Suddenly a voice boomed at them, like an echo, more than the reverberation that the cave would give.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
The industrial upheaval in the middle of the eighties had, like the great strike of 1877, a political reverberation.

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