The voice in the dark began intoning
a mad litany, line by line, and I and the rest to repeat it.
When I met him he was returning from a pilgrimage, and I heard him intoning
the prayer of sunset.
Something in her voice made Miss Bartlett repeat her question, intoning
it more vigorously.
the cooing of a donkey intoning
its prayer to the evening star.
Each year we hear the cadence of his voice intoning
his signature summons, "I have a dream.
Audience participation, a regular Batsheva feature, included "Rachel" (Rachael Osborne) intoning
Simon Sez commands, which a surprising percentage of the audience heeded, culminating in dancing in the aisles.
The set opens with a mysterious organ fill and lesbian singer Lisa Moseatiello intoning
, "You're my meat when I am hungry / You're my fever when it's cold" on "Ashtray," but then the passion disappears into a midtempo meander for most of the rest of the disc.
Hear the word meditate release its sound of intoning
and murmuring of Scripture.
In this play, a couch-potato husband prefers watching television to having sex with his frustrated wife; men discuss the etiquette of leaving the toilet seat raised or lowered; and a character establishes his film-buff credentials by intoning
the most tired lines from ``Casablanca.
The spots showed drug users solemnly intoning
"I helped to blow up buildings" and "I helped to kill policemen.
A testament to Tweedy's well-known radio fixation, the title Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (and the sample of an ambiguously accented woman intoning
its three words during the coda of "Poor Places") was lifted, uncredited, from The Conet Project, four CDs of eerie recordings of shortwave "numbers stations" that broadcast coded messages to intelligence agents in NATO'S phonetic alphabet.
Especially now that company executives are intoning
things about "Getting back to what made this company great," which essentially means "Doing what we've always known how to do," there is a tendency to want to keep one's head down.