1 She grabbed hold of the door to shut it with a bang, but the hook which held it open was too heavy for her.
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2 It closed with a bang and, in the swirling smoke, Scarlett, half blind, saw Melanie, stamping her feet on the flames, beating at them with something dark and heavy.
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3 Either you want to dance, or you bang the piano, or else you get moody as the devil and don't want to talk or anything else.
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4 The priest was a thin, swart, intense young man with a bang.
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5 She closed the stove door with a bang, and approaching, assisted in removing Edna's dripping mackintosh.
6 With that she stalked out, and made the door bang after her.
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7 After that, he retired for the night, shutting the outer door upon us with a bang.
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8 There was a rush, a clatter upon the stairs, the bang of a door, and the crisp rattle of running footfalls from the street.
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9 We heard the steps of our visitors descend the stair and the bang of the front door.
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10 Another bang of the street door sent the basket under the sofa, and the girls to the table, eager for breakfast.
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11 Well, drive bang up against Trinity College gates," said Mr. Browne, "and then we'll tell you where to go.
12 He seized the candle in his fist, and set it on the chimney-piece with so violent a bang that the wick came near being extinguished, and the tallow bespattered the wall.
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13 She went out of the house and down the front steps, carrying the lamp and trying to keep the saber from banging against her legs.
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14 On her first evening in Gopher Prairie Cy had appeared at the head of a "charivari," banging immensely upon a discarded automobile fender.
15 We ain't never goin to stand this second banging.
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