Recent Examples of cowbell from the Web
Then came the names and the fixed personas: D. Dawg, who wore a rabid dog mask and carried a cowbell.
Supporters woke up early to bang on pots and pans, ring cowbells and shout encouragement to complete strangers.
Particularly great is her dancing for Craig the Spartan cheerleader, her Harry Caray, and, of course, her cowbell skills.
Clang, clang, clang went the cowbells, and the rout was on (Mississippi State won 37-7).
Mississippi State's famed cowbells will be permitted at EverBank Field. ...
Wielding maroon and white cowbells in a merciless assault on the ear drums, no fan base inflicts hearing loss on its opponents quite like the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
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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