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wind chimes

 (wĭnd)
pl.n.
An arrangement of small suspended pieces, as of glass, metal, or ceramic, hung loosely together so that they make a pleasant jingling sound when blown by the wind.

wind chimes

(wɪnd)
pl n
(Furniture) a decorative arrangement of small discs of metal, shell, etc, hung near a window or door, that shake together with a tinkling sound in a draught

wind′ chimes`

(wɪnd)
n.pl.
an arrangement of small pieces of glass, metal, bamboo, or the like, hung so as to strike each other and tinkle, as when moved by the wind.
[1925–30]
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Hand-crafted wind chimes will jingle in the breeze as hospice staff call on the region to dig deep this summer.
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.
Rest at any of the eight stations along the trail (left) and pause to listen to the sound of bamboo wind chimes (right).
Gahimuon namo siya into mosaics, wind chimes ug embellishment sa structures (We also make other artworks aside from paintings.
A nice variety of merchandise featuring handmade soaps and scents and nice mix of other items ranging from wall hangings & wind chimes a wide variety of sponges, shells,& coral to other creative tourist souvenirs.
f old se GAMBLING I'm not a fan of the French filly and I'm even less of a fan of those useless wind chimes sold in garden centres, because who really needs to be alerted to a slight breeze in the back garden?
I would have preferred Wind Chimes (stall 2) to be drawn nearer Laurens (stall 9) and jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot has a difficult decision to make posted wide, but I hope to see Wind Chimes run down Laurens (11/4 with BetVictor) in the final furlong.
I don't see how Wind Chimes can be a shorter price than LAURENS when you compare what the two have achieved in their careers to date.
Fast forward 12 months and a late surge past Wind Chimes brought a second Group 1 for the son of Whipper, who now holds strong claims to be considered the best older horse over a mile in Europe.
In many cultures, wind chimes are used to ward off unwanted visitors, including spirits.
The haven in the playground at Ysgol Ffordd Dyffryn in Llandudno is full of flowers and herbs, their fragrances and the tinkling and rustling of wind chimes and leaves.
In their designs, children at the school incorporated other faiths, water features, prayer stones, wind chimes, crosses, flowers, benches, trees, plants, shelters and ponds.