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Noisemaking

For Christmas customs that call for noisemaking, see America, Christmas in Nineteenth-Century; Befana; Denmark, Christmas in; Germany, Christmas in; Knecht Ruprecht; Knocking Nights; New Year's Day; Norway, Christmas in; Shooting in Christmas; Twelfth Night; Twelve Days of Christmas; Up Helly Aa; Wassailing the Fruit Trees; Williamsburg,Virginia, Christmas in Colonial
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So if you see a hopper nearby, check it out to see if it's one of the noisemakers.
Seven runners-up will win a noisemaker, kids' T-shirt, kids' socks, pairs cards, mobile phone sock, Grow Your Own Who
The poll was a chance for fans to weigh in and vote on categories like Best New Artist, Song of the Year, Couple of the Year, Nip/Tuck of the Year and more, in an effort for determine the 2006 Noisemaker Awards.
And Noisemaker is a road trip through his world which combines the attitude of punk, the lyricism of folk and the hard-hitting rhythms of hip-hop.
Schmidt, who calls herself a "creative noisemaker," plays 12-string guitar and mountain dulcimer.
It would be safer, though, if people just used the torotot to greet the New Year," said Ferrer, who happen to be a native of Bulacan, but who in her teens already learned how to fashion a loud but childfriendly noisemaker.
E[acute accent]Dubbed Holiday Balls, the antenna ball trio features the popular likeness of Jack, the quick-serve chain's witty ad pitchman, in three adornments: reindeer antlers and a red nose a la Rudolph, a snowman's top hat and carrot nose, and a New Year's Eve 2006 party hat and noisemaker.
No matter the amusing theatrics, Esther and her hero cousin Mordecai are always cheered and the name of the villain, Haman, is drowned out by boos and the grating sound from ``graggers,'' the traditional Purim noisemaker.
Cooperation with the National Guard and Noisemaker Communications made this possible.
CheerStix, maker of the popular noisemaker balloons, attributes its noisy success to GoldMine CRM from FrontRange Solutions, the leader in Service Management and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions for distributed and small to mid-size enterprise (SME).
Musician and actor Eminem and Secretary-General of The United Nations, Kofi Annan, rounded out the top three vote getters in the first ever year-end poll to name the noisemaker and/or newsmaker of 2002.