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Audience members waved towels and shook cowbells to signal their agreement.
Martinez also announced a new campus tradition Wednesday: ringing a cowbell on the first and last day of school.
Auburn clearly wasn't ready for the Dak Prescott attack and all those cowbells, falling behind 21-0 in the first nine minutes.
Down the ravine behind the empty house, The cowbells follow one another Into the distances of the afternoon.
Heavy copper cowbells sewn onto thick straps of leather hang tightly from their backs like tortoise shells, threatening to drag their bodies to the ground.
Yet another white cat flicks a lever that bangs a cowbell while a tortoiseshell reaches up to swat at a set of chimes.
Had the ball plunged into the cup, a cowbell would have sounded and Parker would have received a big piece of candy.
Alowa remembers a village without alcohol, sweets or running water, where an adult would walk around ringing a cowbell at 10 p.m. to enforce the children's bedtime.
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