• Sang So Loud You Would Think he Would Split Hisself 333
    Sang So Loud You Would Think he Would Split Hisself 333
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n sang North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng
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Mr. Bhaer sang heartily Mr. Bhaer sang heartily
Last of all she sang in a low voice a dirge over the Rover of the Plain Last of all she sang in a low voice a dirge over the Rover of the Plain

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: A Singapore singing group by the name of "The Oriental Singers," sang non-stop for 74 hours and five minutes
    • Sang imp. of Sing.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Elvis Presley made his first appearance on national television in 1956. He sang Blue Suede Shoes and Heartbreak Hotel on "The Dorsey Brothers Show."
    • sang Preterit of sing.
    • n sang An obsolete or dialectal (Scotch) form of song.
    • n sang Blood: used in heraldry, in different combinations.
    • n sang A Chinese musical instrument, consisting of a set of graduated bamboo tubes, which contain free reeds, inserted on a gourd with a mouthpiece, so that the reeds may be sounded by the breath. It is supposed that this instrument suggested the invention of the accordion and reed-organ. The French spelling cheng is sometimes used.
    • n sang Same as malignant anthrax (French sang de rate).
    • n sang A reduction of ginseng. Also seng.
    • sang To gather ginseng for the market.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The world's first singing commercial aired on the radio on Christmas Eve, 1926 for Wheaties cereal. The four male singers, eventually known as the Wheaties Quartet, sang the jingle.
    • pa.t Sang sang of sing
    • n Sang a Scotch form of song
    • n Sang sang blood, in heraldic use
    • n Sang sang a Chinese wind-instrument.
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  • Leo The Great
    Leo The Great
    “Peace is the first thing the angels sang.”
  • Fred A. Allen
    “The first time I sang in the church choir; two hundred people changed their religion.”
  • Bible
    “Where were you... when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons (and daughters) of God shouted for joy? [4-7, Job 38:}”
  • Henry Van Dyke
    “Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best.”


In literature:

He sang of long summer days and the music of waters beating upon the shore.
"The Book of Nature Myths" by Florence Holbrook
They sang their praises in their processions and in all their public ceremonials.
"The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volumes I-VI." by Various
Crisp and clear sang the answer of our captain.
"The Pirate of Panama" by William MacLeod Raine
Child though she was, she sang with the joy and sincerity of the true musician.
"Patchwork" by Anna Balmer Myers
Michael Murphy was confident that he sang gloriously, though he never varied his tone up or down.
"Winning His Way" by Charles Carleton Coffin
We took hold of hands an' run round as we sang dis song.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Various
Then she sang "Scots wha' hae" and "Roy's wife of Aldivaloch.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Hollis Leverett sang in the choir.
"A Little Girl in Old Boston" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Then he sang of how the vengeance of the Gods was about to fall on this ignoble King.
"The Children of Odin" by Padraic Colum
Nausicaa sang a song as they frolicked on the sand.
"Odysseus, the Hero of Ithaca" by Homer
Song-birds built about it in the spring of the year, and Caesar's little human songster sang there always.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
It was growing colder and the rising wind sang among the green young leaves.
"The Keepers of the Trail" by Joseph A. Altsheler
She sang as she had not sung before.
"Fair Margaret" by Francis Marion Crawford
Then Gigetto came in with his guitar and sang and talked with the two women.
"Casa Braccio, Volumes 1 and 2 (of 2)" by F. Marion Crawford
This was the first perilous adventure of my life, and my heart sang.
"A Daughter of Raasay" by William MacLeod Raine
At this the nightingales sang louder than ever.
"What the Moon Saw: and Other Tales" by Hans Christian Andersen
This she sang day after day, enumerating such groups as her clothes, the objects on the mantel and her toys.
"Here and Now Story Book" by Lucy Sprague Mitchell
But though she sang with abandon, she never looked at him.
"The Deaves Affair" by Hulbert Footner
It made a solemn melody on the caller morning air, for it was the sound of the burying psalm, and they sang it sweetly.
"The Men of the Moss-Hags" by S. R. Crockett
High in the heavens the lark sang, and in the flowing river there were shoals of tiny fish.
"Czechoslovak Fairy Tales" by Parker Fillmore

In poetry:

Such was the song you sang; and yet
(O be not wroth!) I scarcely knew
What sounds flow'd forth; I only felt
That you were you.
"To Sylvia" by Amy Levy
And wae and sad Fair Annie sat,
And drearie was her sang,
And ever, as she sobbd and grat,
"Wae to the man that did the wrang!"
"Fair Annie" by Andrew Lang
She sings the songs they sang
Who first knew grief and joy;
The songs the workers of Egypt knew
And the builders of towered Troy.
"The Heath-Maid" by Ethel Clifford
And yet the moon was in the sky,
The stream sang sweet and clear;
Now, heart, canst thou not tell me why
I held that night so dear?
"The Bridge" by Alexander Anderson
He sang fu' lood an' he sang fu' sweet,
An' his sang was unco fain,
That he started anither in Mennock Glen,
Wha answered him back again.
"The Ballad O' May Wyllie" by Alexander Anderson
The winds sing as they sang to them;
The waving bracken is the same;
The hills still wear their diadem
Of heather and the sunset's flame.
"By Saint Mary's Lake" by Alexander Anderson

In news:

Man who sang 'I ain't going back to jail' landed in pokey again.
Mashantucket — As the drummers started playing and the singers sang their opening notes, the dancers waiting to enter the arena began to tap their feet.
No 10 Springfield was white and English but sang as.
REMEMBER when Johnny Mathis sang "When Sunny Gets Blue".
The band sang about the country and standing tall and fighting to be good men.
Pupils at a school in Istanbul run by the Gulen movement sang Turkey's national anthem recently.
In my "Cruise Log" yesterday, I mentioned attending a Filipino "crew show," at which they waved their flag and sang their national anthem.
Have you ever wondered why Kelsey Grammer sang about "tossed salads and scrambled eggs " over the closing credits of ' Frasier.
Jonathan Leavitt sang a protest song accusing Lockheed Martin of "greenwashing" in Burlington, Vt.
O'Neal sang the praises of the Trail Blazers.
And the Poet Sang Poetry Foundation.
We sang, we played TV Theme Song trivia, did a little comedy and, yes, we, for the first time on stage anywhere, square danced.
Korean rapper once sang of killing Americans.
Viviana Camacho sang alto 200-member women's choir and the even-larger mixed choir at a public concert in Stockton.
Surely you remember that super creepy chorus of children that sang on the title track of Pink Floyd's "The Wall".

In science:

Chung W.-Sang, Klimyk A. U., On position and momentum operators in the q -oscillator algebra, J.
Generalized q-deformed oscillators, q-Hermite polynomials, generalized coherent states
Banerjee, S., Gelfand, A., Finley, A. and Sang, H. (2008).
Interpreting self-organizing maps through space--time data models
C. I. Joon, K. J. Joon, P. P. Sang, and K. Roy “A 32 kb 10T subthreshold SRAM array with bitinterleaving anddifferential read scheme in 90 nm CMOS,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, vol. 44, no. 2, pp. 650–659, 2009.
Design and modelling of different SRAM's based on CNTFET 32nm technology
Acknow ledgements. I would like to thank my Ph.D. thesis advisor Lai-Sang Young for fruitful discussions, effective criticism, and useful comments on many drafts of this paper.
Degenerate random perturbations of Anosov diffeomorphisms
Boxman, O., Graaf,, Hendrison, J., Jonkers, W.B.J., Poels, R.L.H., Schmidt, P. and Tjon Lim Sang, R. (1985) - Towards sustained timber production from tropical rain forests in Suriname.
Effects of Selection Logging on Rainforest Productivity
Acknowledgment: We thank Sang-Jin Lee, Lenny Ng, Peter Ozsvath and Dylan Thurston for useful comments.
A note on transversal knots that are closed 3-braids
The isospin content of the fast nucleon emission should reveal a good sensitivity to the symmetry potentials. B .T sang has show some recent data from MSU in reactions (124, 124) and (112, 112) Sn on Sn at 50AM eV .
Heavy Ion Dynamics and Neutron Stars
The direct Isospin Equilibration dynamics at the Fermi energies has been addressed by B .T sang M .
Heavy Ion Dynamics and Neutron Stars
Joan Birman, Ki Hyoung Ko and Sang Jin Lee, A new approach to the word and conjugacy problems in the braid groups, Adv.
Group theory in cryptography
Jae Choon Cha, Ki Hyong Ko, Sang Jin Lee, Jae Woo Han and Jung Hee Cheon, An efficient implementation of braid groups, in Advances in Cryptology – Asiacrypt 2001 (C.
Group theory in cryptography
Tjong Kim Sang (2000) outlines alternative versions of this tagging representation.
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification
For the four IO representations we have used a second processing stage which used a smaller context but which included information about the IO tags predicted by the first processing phase (Tjong Kim Sang, 2000).
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification
We expect the systems which use this combination phase to perform better than their individual members (Tjong Kim Sang, 2000).
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification
Based on an earlier combination study (Tjong Kim Sang, 2000) we had expected the voting methods to do better.
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification
D´ejean, Koeling and Tjong Kim Sang are funded by the TMR network Learning Computational Grammars7 .
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification