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At this moment the band from the Orphan Asylum blared forth the schottisch called Los Cocineros (The Cooks). Leandro, stirred by the strains, invited Milagros out for a dance, but the maiden made a slight gesture of annoyance.
The crowd applauded and the band blared forth. The whole business struck Manuel as pretty disagreeable, but he waited eagerly. The mules came out and dragged off the dead bull.
Three times he sounded the cry, and all the German contingent, springing to their feet, responded with a lusty Hoch while the band in the corridor blared forth the Marseillaise.
“I have come, madam . . .” he blared out like a trumpet-blast.
A klaxon blared down the length of the boat.
A horn blared suddenly, and Ralph saw a blue Ford Ranger, heading west on the Extension, swerve to avoid the oncoming Datsun.
Bold, brassy, confident marches blared out like nuggets of gold in a bright, flashing stream.
George Paulsen lurched aside as the car raced past, its horn blaring angrily.
He could hear a horn blaring downstairs-a motorist she’d managed to block.
Huts on the shadow’s shore, twin rows of ranchhouses blare from their picture windows the reflection of the setting sun.