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drumbeat

the sound made by beating a drum
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Drumbeat 2000

A family of Windows-based Web development systems from Macromedia that enabled non-programmers to create dynamic websites. Originally developed by Elemental Software, which Macromedia acquired in 1999, Drumbeat 2000 ASP provided a visual development environment for creating dynamic Web pages using Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASPs) and any Web server that supported ASPs. Drumbeat was later folded into Dreamweaver.
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The ceremony was also accompanied by dancing and rhythmical chant to the drumbeat. The women and girls were attired in their traditional black robes, ornate cowries shelled headdresses and adorned with coloured necklaces and danced in a circle.
There is a clear and steady drumbeat I feel building across party lines, but it will only gain greater momentum if we as citizens lift our voices.
Beginning in February 2017 and leading up to the event, NSCS hosted weekly advisory group drumbeat sessions, each focusing on a different curriculum.
It's been a major drumbeat of the 2016 presidential campaign: America's southern border needs more protection, in the form of a wall, more boots on the ground or both.
A minute's silence was ended by a muffled drumbeat before The Last Post was sounded and the Irish Tricolour was hoisted to full mast.
Giant colourful characters danced in St Paul's churchyard to an Afro-Brazilian drumbeat at the grand finale of Mirfield Muertos Festival.
This time, given the drumbeat about the need for assessment, we're asking for your thoughts on Neal Lerner's "Counting Beans and Making Beans Count," Vol.
"From the minute the batter steps into the box, John's drumbeat adds drama and excitement to every inning of every game." According to Ms.
The political drumbeat for so-called "reforms" of the Public Employees Retirement System is starting again.
Opening with a beautiful piece of freeform electronica, things soon kicked in with the taut drumbeat of Es Schneit, with the sound being bounced around the room from speaker to speaker.
But Barely Breathing is light as a feather, recalling Pink Floyd with a Beatley uplift, and eight-minute final So We Row marches to the sort of insistent drumbeat that so unnerved the Master in Doctor Who.
''In most cases, I sat down, pulled a drumbeat out of nowhere and arranged stuff around that.