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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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The dress is absolutely exquisite," said Fawn Cheyne, who owns Ding Dong.
Fawn Cheyne, who runs Ding Dong vintage emporium in Durham, successfully bid for the three-quarter length leopard fur coat and cream leather suitcase at Miller's Auction Rooms in Newcastle.
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Hostess must have known that you'll feel like royalty when you bite into a Ding Dong -- when Ding Dongs were first introduced, they were actually called King Dongs.
And there's another Liverpool saying 'Don't let your ding dong dangle in the dirt.
So, there'll be no ding dong, but at least she'll remain dead.
Fawn Cheyne, who runs Ding Dong vintage emporium in Durham City, successfully bid for the three-quarter length leopard fur coat and cream leather suitcase at Miller's Auction Rooms in Newcastle.
staring back at you; turn on Radio 2 on a Saturday and you'll hear him with Emma Forbes, and then, aside from the occasional repeats of Celebrity Ding Dong and the Sunday Night Project on digital TV, there's this returning series in which he has a chinwag with all sorts of celebs.