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use "percussion" in a sentence

Despite being a relatively new member of the percussion family, steelpan tuning techniques have advanced rapidly.

Mani's inherent desire to propagate the highly sophisticated structure of South Indian rhythm and present innovative rhythmic ideologies led him to set up the Sruthi Laya percussion
three episode "perchance to Dream", he has a dream about Yvette kissing him as she tells him about her dreams about Mo. He often wears flannel shirts.

An act of God, perchance? Yet, perchance, they cannot help sadly reflecting on the fate of those poor ducks in distant places, who are forever pursued by men with dogs and guns; who, alas! To sleep, perchance not to dream.

TOASTER: Does the killer like toast, perchance? It is carefully disassembled ("energised") by remote control, with a matter-to-energy total conversion system (a weapon, perchance?).

CBC News Posted: Aug 19, 2015 3:45 PM NT Last Updated: Aug 20, 2015 5:25 PM NT janet Edmonds 2:39 The perchance Theatre Company will stage a deeply personal show Friday night that will be free for cancer patients, their families and health care workers.

To die, to sleep-- To sleep--perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub, For in that sleep of death what dreams may come When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us pause.

"Were this so, well-known non-governmental public figures, visible in the public eye but pursuing strictly private activities, would be subject to spurious litigation brought perchance to gain access to the intimate details of their personal lives.”

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