wind chime


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Noun1.wind chime - a decorative arrangement of pieces of metal or glass or pottery that hang together loosely so the wind can cause them to tinkle
decoration, ornament, ornamentation - something used to beautify
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He then disappears out of sight but a hand can then be seen ripping down a wind chime at the entrance to the shop as he throws it on the ground.
Chua recommends feng shui cures such as the three Celestial Guardians wind chime to be placed in the west sector to drive away the "three killings star" or loss of relationship, money, and good name; Garuda wind chime to be hung unnoticeably at the side of a door when living in the northeast; and, Buddha's foot wind chimes to be placed at the east section to ward off conflict and negative thoughts.
There are eight stations for people to rest and meditate, each with its own massive bamboo wind chime installation by bamboo craftsman, composer and artist Edgar Banasan.
The monument, named The Tower of Voices, was dedicated to the heroes of the flight that was on its way from New Jersey to California, and features an aluminum wind chime for each person on board the plane, which crashed in the hills two miles north of Shanksville, Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
When used in this manner, the wind chime can encourage illness, confusion and headaches.
energy-saving bulb without mercury vapor, the wind chime with a cedar
One way to do that was to place a wind chime on the balcony so that the fresh breeze and tinkling noise will restore the flagging energy in the flat.
The survey said: "The hatred of the wind chime is understandable.
She began her glass wind chime business two years ago, and has just acquired her own kiln to melt the bottles.
Sending around officers to listen to a tiny wind chime is a waste of taxpayers money."
(The chandelier doubles as a gentle wind chime when a breeze hits.) And we've got five free chandeliers, right here!