References in classic literature ?
Monsieur Gabelle, chief functionary of the place, became uneasy; went out on his house-top alone, and looked in that direction too; glanced down from behind his chimneys at the darkening faces by the fountain below, and sent word to the sacristan who kept the keys of the church, that there might be need to ring the tocsin by-and-bye.
The tocsin rang impatiently, but other help (if that were any) there was none.
The illuminated village had seized hold of the tocsin, and, abolishing the lawful ringer, rang for joy.
The sound of drumming and trumpeting came from the Albany Street Barracks, and every church within earshot was hard at work killing sleep with a vehement disorderly tocsin.
I was just putting out my light when the telephone rang a furious tocsin in the next room.
L e Maroc, qui preside en la personne de SM le Roi le Comite Al Qods, vient de sonner le tocsin au sein de l'Organisation des Nations unies pour l'education, la science et la culture (Unesco).
A jigsaw of texts drawn from classic English sources provided a structure of fire, air, wind and water as the opening tocsin "England, awake, awake" recurred as a refrain between lyrical vocal lines and sometimes sensuous, sometimes crunchy harmonies until the lilting and repetitive 'Sweet Thames' brought the piece to a beautifully consonant close.
This was exported (Bantman argues) back to France through channels like the exile papers Pere peinard and Le Tocsin (pp.
It is Monday, November 13,1961 and this Is Exercise TOCSIN B, designed to test Canada's National Survival Attack Warning System (NSAWS) and the Emergency Management Organization (EMO).
The report published lately in The New York Times has sent tremulous tocsin in Pakistan disturbing many a policy maker in the realm.
Yet it still sounded a tocsin of transformation, goading the comfortable and inspiring the downtrodden.
Ses lieutenants ont sonne le tocsin de la mobilisation contre le festival Mawazine qu'accueille Rabat jusqu'a samedi prochain.