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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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Both jockeys continued their ding-dong battle for the championship at Wolverhampton's evening meeting after Spencer had earlier stolen the advantage when partnering Cha Cha Cha to his 186th victory of the season at Musselburgh.
On his last outing he showed plenty of fighting spirit before going down by half a length to Calon Lan in a ding-dong finish at Bangor in August.
In a ding-dong encounter, Court came from a goal down to snatch the trophy despite having their keeper sent off for handball outside his area midway through the second half when leading 4-3.
Brett Milligan then made the interval lead 8-0 with a 20-yard penalty goal and there was nothing between the sides in an exciting, ding-dong second half except two penalties for Walsall by Mike Crisp.
Kerrigan's goal, a smartly-taken half-volley from Mark Bradshaw's pass, capped a ding-dong battle which had seen the visitors go ahead in only the second minute.
alr Ca me MoN will come after almost two weeks of ding-dong debate between London and Edinburgh on the staging of the independence ballot.
STORM Lee and Diva Fever last night became the latest acts voted off The X Factor - as Simon Cowell a n d Dermot O'Leary had an on-air ding-dong.
The latter had made most before the strongmoving Pathfork threw down his challenge, and responded in kind as the two fought out a ding-dong battle at the business end.
In a ding-dong semi-final of the second division knockout competition, Thornaby twice led through Bishop goals but were twice pegged back before grabbing a late winner through Danny Corbett.
MASTERPIECE (6-1) just got the better of a ding-dong tussle with odds-on Marbeck Wonder (4-5F) to land the pounds 5,000 Coventry Bookmakers Summer Derby over 480m on Sunday.
Let us have real ding-dong battles for supremacy, the sort where the best man shines through.