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The trumpet, of course, is not one of the customary sounds of springtime in the forest at Wolf Trap, the performing arts national park.
Rutherford said that after leaving office in January 2023, he wants to resume his legal career, keep working on his Spanish and potentially resume playing the trumpet.
Roulard had played the trumpet in the regimental band in which Aristide had played the kettle drum.
How long shall I see men fleeing away, how long shall I hear the sound of the trumpet?
And I appointed watchmen over you, saying: Hearken ye to the sound of the trumpet.
Blow the trumpet, let all be made ready, yet there is none to go to the battle: for my wrath shall be upon all the people thereof.
Not till Felix comes to her in the chamber above the dining hall—there where that trumpet vine hangs—comes to say good-by to her.
About six in the morning the Kirkcaldy coach came speeding past, the coachman making the air ring with a shrill trumpet blast.
For a worker in brass must produce the best tonesIf—I don't say he did it—he blew his own trumpet.
In the days that followed Bessie's arrival at the Trumpet office, she found many ways in which she could help spread the gospel.

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