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Sounds can travel around the entire room, and low-frequency rumbles translate to a higher degree with the use of subwoofers.
As Wellsandt-Zell led those mourning Timmins in the hymn “Jesus Loves Me,” the rumble of an approaching helicopter cut through the sound of the singing and the mourners’ soft tears.
It replaces the clunky rumble of previous generations with a targeted haptic feedback system made up of tiny, strategically-placed vibrating actuators.
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You might have to say goodbye to the aural ecstasy found in the heartbeat-like bass drum or lose the low rumble of your favorite beatmakers' best drones.
Their lowest notes were also higher compared to country birds in nearby Marin County because they needed to be heard above the low rumble of traffic.
The fire along the three miles front is like the rumble of an express train running over fog signals.
But the rumble of distant guns told the destroyer that his short-lived hour of triumph was nearly sped.
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Being so tall, he just managed to reach those of Susan, as she stood up in the rumble.
"Here are our canteens," he went on excitedly, picking both of the gasoline-cans out of the rumble.
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Over me, away off, as if from the heavens, I heard a sonorous rumble of mystery words.

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