rimshot

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rim·shot

also rim shot  (rĭm′shŏt′)
n.
1. A sharp sound produced by simultaneously striking the rim and the head of a drum with a drumstick.
2. A quick, abrupt drumroll followed by such a sound or by the striking of a cymbal, often used for emphasis after the punchline of a joke told by a comedian.

rimshot

(ˈrɪmˌʃɒt)
n
the deliberate simultaneous striking of the head and the rim of a drum
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Howe saw his side stick three past the visitors to book their spot in the last eight, taking Bournemouth's goal tally to 10 in Boro's last three visits to the Vitality Stadium.
But the son of Rydal teacher Ken Jones, managed to recover the aircraft from the dive by crawling along the ceiling to the cockpit despite his injuries, and by pulling back on the side stick.
McKinnon gave his side stick in the wake of their Cappielow exit.
They will provide Leicester's first major test, but if Ranieri's side stick to their attacking philosophy, they are capable of stunning the Gunners.
A stronger pressure on the side stick would have meant the autopilot being automatically disabled.
We created more chances in the rst period than the whole of the Belfast game, but when you let a side stick around there's always a chance they'll get back.
The MAA said the flight data and cockpit voice recorders showed movement of the captain's side stick and seat caused the aircraft to pitch downwards.
The full fly-by-wire system, with side stick flight controls, made the flight very smooth.
That means the home side stick with the same line-up who managed to scramble a few points from their draw at Ropery Lane last time out.
Tony Pulis' side stick to what they do best and it's brought them plenty of success since they've been back in the top flight.
Crouch and Defoe grabbed two each each and Steven Gerrard was also on target as McClaren saw his side stick to his game plan in the opening game of England's Euro 2008 qualifying programme.
The weekend's action leaves Vipers trailing Belfast by 13 points with six games in hand, and Mulvenna has not given up hope of catching them ( providing his side stick to their game.