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(1) He raised a hand to still the clamour.
(2) There was a clamour of voices outside the office.
(3) He shouted over the rising clamour of voices.
(4) People began to clamour for his resignation.
(5) She could hear a clamour in the road outside.
(6) Trouillot disregarded the growing public clamour for her resignation.
(7) The clamour for her resignation grew louder.
(8) She could barely make herself heard above the clamour of the rain.
(9) The clamour to draw a veil over the minister's extra-marital activities reeks of hypocrisy.
(10) The whole army begins to clamour for the fosse to be filled up.
(11) After the bombing, there was a public clamour for vengeance.
(12) The starlings made a clamour.
(13) Then the familiar clamour of bickering voices that will last for months began.
(14) Customers clamour at the counter as thick as if they were handing out free tickets to Dublin.
(15) This cloying commercial clamour had the New Zealand public wound up.
(16) And the sickening clamour of street noises beyond the cloister wall(sentencedict.com), the sickening odour of those who made them.
(17) He suggested the basic reason for the public clamour over strikes reflects their political repercussions rather than any direct economic impact.
(18) The clamour for action subsided and complacency over the labour situation again set in.
(19) Parents will naturally clamour to get their kids into schools at the top of the performance tables.
(20) But there is no public clamour for the war to end nor any sign that the Kremlin is ready to back down.
(21) Just then the raucous clamour of alarm bells sounded from all over the house and from the basement area ahead of him.
(22) The clamour reached a crescendo last year when the full extent of the problems relating to the Solicitors Indemnity Fund emerged.
(23) The station was filled with the clamour of shouting voices and movement.
(24) There is a brooding quiet over everything[Sentencedict], a perfect antidote to urban clamour.
(25) The contrary arguments were there, and indeed cogently argued, but were almost silenced by the clamour for State socialism.
(26) It has to be noted that gaol conditions are no longer newsworthy and the clamour for reform has largely faded.
(27) We approached the east landing cautiously and the cliffs awoke with bird clamour which was to assail our ears until we left.
(28) A nice piece of marquetry as a one-off looks strangely ill at ease amid the clamour.
(29) Guildford returned leading a large company of masked figures who marched into the hall to the raucous clamour of tambour and fife.
(30) It rose and fell in time with the drums and gongs which continued to fill the hut with their relentless clamour.