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Colleges face a challenge to masculinity that bulging muscles, rumbling voices, and jacked-up pickup trucks won't remedy.
Again, the rumbling timpani signal an approaching tiger.
Let the bees go honey-hunting with yellow blur of wings in the dome of my head, in the rumbling, singing arch of my skull.
All the way back to the knight school he kept rumbling about in his mind seeking an explanation for what had occurred.
His rumbling low notes and airy higher ones, suggested sounds of nature.
The students and disciples of that generation are well into their middle years, rumbling along on mental capital from long ago.
When an elephant takes note of a swarm of bees, it emits a distinct rumbling call.
When you hear an airplane rumbling overhead, you can freeze, or you can take a step.
As they move through the forest they make plenty of rumbling, howling calls to ensure that they stay out of each other's way.
And in those deaths, public health experts hear the distant rumbling of a global catastrophe.
Any small wiggles in the lines are usually caused by outside noise, such as a truck rumbling by.
And the ethnic and political rumbling along the rift won't likely stop with a mere presidential poll.
The rumbling of a building-sized slurry machine soon filled the air.
The disintegration went on, accompanied by horrible cracks and rumbling.
He makes a few quick keystrokes, and a low rumbling sound begins.
The lights go down and there is a great rumbling sound from above.
Residents in several places report tanks rumbling down their streets.
With an election approaching, protests are currently rumbling.
We see the level of happiness over time rumbling along showing no trend.
When promoting homes within rumbling distance of trains or expressways, agents have to be a little more creative.
At this point, there's a cosmic shift in the universe, a rumbling that disrupts the plates of karma.
They speculate excitedly about what type of machine will soon be rumbling into town.
One-hundred folding chairs are full, the rumbling bleachers along one sidewall.
Most of the rumbling noise heard during an earthquake is the building and its contents moving.
During a major earthquake, you may hear a roaring or rumbling sound that gradually gets louder.
The distant yipping of a coyote is interrupted by a mysterious rumbling sound emitting from the dune itself.
Heavy rumbling preceded and accompanied the earthquake in places.
Many persons who felt the shock reported having heard a roaring or rumbling noise.
If you receive no warning, your best clue that a tornado is approaching is the tell-tale roaring or rumbling sound they make.
The first sign that something was wrong was a rumbling from the direction of the harbor.

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