Riders of the Concho usually strode jingling into the ranch-house without formality.
"Sundown Slim" by Henry Hubert Knibbs
When the arrangements were concluded Nicholas started empty-handed down the box walk, the money jingling in his pocket.
"The Voice of the People" by Ellen Glasgow
Presently a cowboy jogged in, his spurs and bit jingling.
"The Killer" by Stewart Edward White
He heard the jingle of a bell, and the tug started right for him.
"Dan Merrithew" by Lawrence Perry
She ain't got the jingle, mebby, but she shore is there with the big idee.
"Skyrider" by B. M. Bower
He sat on his rock until the grass was dry, and patiently jingled his cow-bell.
"Pembroke" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Away they sprang, with a jingle of bells, their feet making no noise in the soft snow.
"Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's" by Laura Lee Hope
He did not know it; but there was a cold hard ring in it, like the crash and jingle of broken glass.
"The House by the Church-Yard" by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
The silver charm bell on the neck chain jingled faintly.
"Little Fuzzy" by Henry Beam Piper
By touching the spring and causing the bell to jingle he makes his presence known.
"American Adventures" by Julian Street
On we went through field and hedge,
Loosened bridles jingling;
Long that echo from the ledge
In my ear kept tingling.
"The Postilion" by Nikolaus Lenau
I jingle homely lore,
While you rhyme is with kiss -
Which of us two
Will the earlier rue
The love of the Hoylake Miss?
"On - On - Poet" by Aleister Crowley
An' aye as the shillin's play'd slip aff his loof,
An' jingled into the lave,
He scartit his heid, an' he hotch'd an' lauch'd
Till he scarce could weel behave.
"The Deil's Stane" by Alexander Anderson
But long may there linger in England's green lanes
The jingling old shandries and creaking old wains,
And long may they lend in the heat of the day
To weary foot-farers a lift by the way!
"A Lift" by Cicely Fox Smith
Strange, how a mortal by the power of will
And genius, tho' untutored can exalt
Himself, until he will appear
A being from another sphere.
As unlike to the common throng
As rhyming jingle to a stately song.
"A Broadway Idyl" by Mary Eliza Perine Tucker Lambert
So I worked for hours upon it (I go on when I commence),
And I kept in view the rhythm and the jingle and the sense,
And I copied it and took it to my solemn friend once more—
It reminded him of something he had somewhere read before.
"My Literary Friend" by Henry Lawson
MOBILE, Alabama – So, it's the lack of jingle in our pocketbooks and not our Christmas spirits hampering our holiday shopping habits this yuletide season.
The club is planning to host a Turkey Trot Nov 22 in Liberty Lake and will participate in the Jingle Bell Run/Walk on Dec 1 at Riverfront Park in Spokane.
Jingle Bell Fest was held at the Dairy Queen in Kenhorst on Saturday, raising money for a Gov Mifflin student battling lymphoma.
Justin Bieber's dancers were scheduled on a flight from Atlanta to DC to perform at Hot 995's Jingle Ball but the flight was canceled.
You can celebrate the holidays a few weeks early with Y100's Jingle Ball at the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Saturday, December 8th.
Shoppers in Florence are hearing a perennially present jingle echoing across parking lots of more than a dozen retail and grocery store locations - the rhythmic reverberation of the bells of Salvation Army workers.
The Not-So-Distant History Of Radio Jingles.
Jingle all the way to New York City this holiday season Originally published December 09, 2012.
The Jingle Bell Jog has more than 500 people signed up.
The Four Season Hotel hosts the seventh annual Georgetown Jingle December 16, 2012, in an effort to raise money for pediactric oncology.
My microspikes gave a jingle as I shoved my map back in my pack.
Chris Richards unwraps Jingle Ball's tiny pop packages.
Over 1,350 people signed up for the 25th annual Jingle Bell Jog.
Apigy has something much better—and it won't jingle in your pocket.
This past Saturday night my wife and I were introduced to the KBEAR audience at the Jingle Ball/2nd Chance Prom.