trumpet call


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trumpet call

nTrompetensignal nt
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Gladstone testified that the announcement of Macaulay's intention to speak was 'like a trumpet call to fill the benches.' The great qualities, then, of his essays and his 'History' are those which give success to the best sort of popular oratory--dramatic vividness and clearness, positiveness, and vigorous, movement and interest.
I knew not what had aroused me, but I found myself out of my bunk, on my feet, wide awake, my soul vibrating to the warning of danger as it might have thrilled to a trumpet call. I threw open the door.
They stir up the soul from its depths, and rouse, as with trumpet call, courage, energy, and enthusiasm, where before was only the blackness of despair.
You referred to children," Lebeziatnikov started off like a warhorse at the trumpet call. "Children are a social question and a question of first importance, I agree; but the question of children has another solution.
He is "Heaven's Chief," "the Great Prince." The clash and clang of sword and trumpet calls are heard "amid the grim clash of helms." War filled the greatest half of life.
In the Bible, 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 tells us, 'For the Lord Himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first.
It seems the sacred stone head still makes trees flower in the luxuriant land where an entombed Knight Templar awaits the trumpet call of resurrection in the Earth Mother's bosom.
On its eastern edge you will find the striking 14th Century brick-built St Mary's Basilica - listen for the trumpet call played from the top of the tallest tower on the hour every hour.
All were lured by Peladan's trumpet call for a new art of the ideal, tradition, and hierarchy and to his thumping for aristocracy, Catholicism, and originality.
Dozens more who couldn't fit on it lined the river banks and listened for the trumpet call before bowing their heads in silence.
Tourists to Krakow will be familiar with the Hejnal trumpet call that alerted the city to Tartar attackers; in this version the trumpeter is indeed shot before finishing the Hejnal, but young readers will be glad to hear that his grandson continued to sound the alarm.
It was like trumpet call signaling the transition from papal world domination to papal powerlessness.