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ding-dong

1. the sound of a bell or bells, esp two bells tuned a fourth or fifth apart
2. an imitation or representation of the sound of a bell
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We'll now be in touch with colleagues up and down the country to see if we can get these ding dongs and knockers back to their owners.
Baggiebird and Albi have promised not to take the easy option by flying around the course," says Matt Taylor, Albion's marketing executive and himself a member of the club's Ding Dong Derby Cup team.
Tom Ross - the Birmingham Mail columnist and Free Radio presenter joined Regis to launch the Ding Dong Derby Cup.
DUBAI An Emirates Living resident was left flabbergasted last week when a ten-year-old old child offered her a Dh10 bribe to not report his ding dong ditching to his parents.
htm) arguing the campaign for Ding Dong , from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, is insensitive and disrespectful, and urging the corporation not to play the song.
DING DONG SONG CLIPPED THE BBC will not play Ding, Dong The Witch Is Dead - a big seller following the death of Lady Thatcher - in full during this weekend's Radio 1 chart show.
Ding Dong Vintage also stocks several dresses from the James Bond movies.
On Tuesday, his Celebrity Ding Dong series returns for a Christmas special.
Speaking to reporters backstage in London, Carr, 32, said he had thought of Matthews when was planning to put together a sketch on "rough women" for his Celebrity Ding Dong show.
He also fronts his own game show, Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong, has written his autobiography, and continues to perform as a stand-up.
I could have a ding dong, ding, dong dnnng; a simple dong or a full blown eight note Westminster chime.
Ding dong, the wicked European Constitution is dead.