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"I can't think with that noise," she said, as she stared at the typewriter.
"I can't think with that noise", she said as she stared at the typewriter.
Sound absorbing material is called acoustic material.
About the same time as he entered the classroom and arrived at his seat, the chime to announce class rings across the school.
On cloudy days, you can hear distant sounds better than in clear weather.
You can hear sounds in the distance better on clear days than you can on cloudy days.
The bike screeched to a stop.
Her old bike squeaked as she rode down the hill.
A black limo rounded the corner with a squeal of tires.
As the popping sound of the fireworks stopped, it suddenly became quiet around me. The smell of gunpowder somehow put me in a sentimental mood.
Turn the volume up.
Of those on the loud side, some people say they look like they're briskly working, while others say that they're just noisy.
The club room returned to quiet. All that could be heard was the sound of pencil on sketchpad.
Faint grew the sound of the train.
The train's sound faded away.
The sound of the train faded away.
The train roared through the tunnel.
The people in the next room stay up until all hours doing God knows what.
The sound of jets taking off gets on my nerves.
It is because light travels faster than sound that we see lightning before we hear thunder.

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