Its recurrence was regular, but as slow as the tolling of a death knell
When the spectral procession approached the altar, each couple separated, and slowly diverged, till, in the centre, appeared a form, that had been worthily ushered in with all this gloomy pomp, the death knell
, and the funeral.
Forcing a large proportion of clientele out onto the street in order to smoke will effectively sound the death knell
for the traditional Irish pub, both for Irish and overseas customers," he warned.
THE death knell
was sounded when Daniella Westbrook turned up dressed top to toe in Burberry.
BBC Director-General Greg Dyke is expected to sound the death knell
for the BBC1's long-standing Nine O'Clock News tonight in a keynote speech.
Friends of the Earth energy campaigner Bryony Worthington said: "The White Paper will hopefully sound the death knell
for nuclear power.
Will WiMax sound the death knell
for 3G, 4G and other cellular technologies?
Mr Ford says the response effectively sounds the death knell
for any form of transfer fee system and scuppers efforts to modify it to bring in a compensation package for clubs losing young players.
The death knell
sounded for Tiggy the day she kissed and hugged Prince Harry as the two were leaving church at Sandringham.
With the performance, price points and low latency of the S2410, IT managers will, for the first time, be able to cost effectively deliver 10 Gig connectivity to servers as well as build easy to manage, high performance 10 Gig-based clusters, potentially signaling the death knell
That's not a death knell
for a comedy with as much mayhem as ``Dream'' possesses, but you almost wish at times that the production were 15 minutes longer with a few of Shakespeare's pastoral monologues intact (sue me, I dig speeches about flowers).
But it's not the death knell
for hyperbaric oxygen.