So manager Chris Hughton is confident the clappers
can again work their magic in what is a must-win match.
She ran like the clappers
out the door to the pub next door and ordered a large dram.
Nursery nurse Julie McCulloch, 24, travelled from Darvel, Ayrshire, to Glasgow Green - then headed for Hampden waving one of our clappers
, trace two large buttons or checkers onto colored paper, and cut out the circles.
If there were ever a place in New York to find such items as an artificial horizon, beam compass, hand cast brass ship bells with iron cast clappers
, books, charts, boat-swains' whistles, maps and foghorns, it is New York Nautical," explains Ms.
Dressed in Victorian and other period costumes the youngsters, armed with clappers
and singing along as they marched through the streets, called at a shop where they were given Easter eggs.
Bachu Khan Langa, Musafir's exquisite vocalist and percussionist, employed a pair of wooden clappers
to weave a mesmerizing gesture dance as far around his seated body as he could reach.
The bells and clappers
can be bisque fired when dry.
BY PETER LAYTON NORWICH will be going like the clappers
to beat relegation rivals West Brom in the big six pointer at Carrow Road today.
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The 25 robed musicians anxiously grip the dark wooden handles of their brass bells, watching for the cues that will signal them to ring their clappers
and transform an otherwise random clang into a recognizable song.