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The band’s harder, more anthemic sound, which put them on the map and landed their fantastic single “On” at the fourth spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in February, is absent here.
There’s not actually a sound, but the chirps contain an anonymous, constantly changing code that can be picked up by other phones you come near.
We were all very big Maya fans before we came to the show, so I think we had a pretty good idea of what she sounded like and her mannerisms.
“I’m going to try not to sound like a broken record,” he told the lawmakers.
The dining room is contemporary and corporate, even a bit of a throwback when the not-so-background music has me thinking about sound checks for the first time in ages.
It’s also unlike hearing, where sounds can be relayed to the ears with microphones and speakers.
We’ve lost the everyday joy of stumbling upon sights and sounds, people and ideas.
Walking through them, the broader backdrop of the Mall seems to dissolve into the sound of a trickling waterway, the monuments fade beneath the shadows of 33,000 plant species.
This year, the sound and fury of an avalanche of NBA draft rumors wound up signifying nothing.
He doesn't sound ready to settle down soon, and if you are, then you may need to look elsewhere.

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