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Predominance LLC has plans to release its second version of its infamous Tommyknocker Digital Doorbell this month, aptly called the Tommyknocker II.
Eco Wind Chimes is providing insight on the myths, legends and “proof” surrounding the use of wind chimes. (PRWEB) February 18, 2013 Eco Wind Chimes
Ecowindchimes.com is now offering Himalayan Echo Wind Chimes in Canary yellow. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 02, 2012 Ecowindchimes.com is adding Canary
Ecowindchimes.com is now selling Piano Wind Chimes, a perfect gift for musicians. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 28, 2012 Ecowindchimes.com is selling
Ecowindchimes.com is launching the Patriotic Wind Chime, a unique gift for any occasion. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 22, 2012 Ecowindchimes.com is launching
Himalayan Echo Wind chime, one of the most popular tunings, is now available in more sizes Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 09, 2012 If you love wind
WASHINGTON, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Carillon Capital Partners LLC, an established specialty investment and merchant bank headquartered in Great Falls, Virginia, has established a unique Federal practice to complement its financial advisory services.
Residents of a small Italian town said their local priest has resumed ringing local church bells after a pause requested by the town's only tourist. Father Alfredo De Simoni of the town of Mezzema on a Ligurian hilltop conceded to the tourist's request that the church bells not be rung between 10 p.m.
A pair of British businessmen have created a 70-foot-tall tribute to London's 150-year-old Big Ben clock from more than 500 bales of straw. Chris Sadler and Mike Harper, who have joined annually to create straw sculptures alongside the A51 road between Nantwich and Chester in England's Cheshire county, said this year's 20-ton Big Ben sculpture, which features a steel frame and a working clock that is illuminated at night, was made to honor the London landmark's 150th birthday, the Daily Mail...
Neighbors of a Phoenix church say they're enjoying the relative quiet now that a judge has stopped the church from frequently ringing its computerized bells. The bells at the Cathedral of Christ the King -- a conservative Christian church with a congregation of about 150 -- were rung every half hour beginning at 6 a.m., with songs four times a day, seven days a week.