Some articles on rattling:

... who were previously known for their work in the band Rattling Bones, a New York City-based hard rock band signed to the Nederlander Management Group ... Because of Rattling Bones’ limited recording success (the soundtrack of “Surf Ninjas” New Line Cinema) and subsequent disenchantment with the hard-rock scene, Arens ... June 2010, Arens, Eidem, and other members of Flipp, Rattling Bones, and Obsession (another side project of Arens) announced on Facebook that they would be getting back together to record a few more songs, however it ...
List Of Idiophones By Hornbostel–Sachs Number - Idiophones (1) - Struck Idiophones (11) - Indirectly Struck Idiophones (112)
112.111 Strung rattles - Rattling objects are strung in rows on a cord ... Sleigh bells 112.112 Stick rattles - Rattling objects are strung on a bar or ring ... Jingle bells 112.12 Frame rattles - Rattling objects are attached to a carrier against which they strike ...
Threat Display - Deimatic or Aposematic?
... In a study of the rattling made by rattlesnakes of different species, Fenton and Licht found that the sounds are always similar they have rapid onset (starting suddenly, and reaching ... This pattern implies that the rattling "could serve as a general attention-getting device", which "is designed as a deimatic or startle display" ... Fenton and Licht note that the effect of a rattlesnake's rattling could be deimatic (startle) in inexperienced animals, whether predators or large animals that might injure the snake by stepping on it, but ...
Sympathetic Resonance
... in its direct form in room acoustics in the rattling of window panes, light shades and movable panels in the presence of very loud sounds, such as may occasionally be produced by a full organ ... An example of proper sympathetic resonance is a windowpane rattling steadily at the very low powerful sound of a bus or truck engine going stationary ... The rattling will usually occur at a higher harmonic of the sound made by the engine ...
Rattling Blanket Woman
... Rattling Blanket Woman or Ta-sina Hlahla Win (1814-1844) was the mother of Crazy Horse ... In 1844, while out hunting buffalo, Rattling Blanket Woman's husband, Waglula (Worm) helped defend a Lakota village under attack by the Crow ... when Waglula returned with the new wives, Rattling Blanket Woman, who had been unsuccessful in conceiving a new child, thought she had lost favor with her husband, and hung herself ...

More definitions of "rattling":

  • (noun): A rapid series of short loud sounds (as might be heard with a stethoscope in some types of respiratory disorders).
    Synonyms: rattle, rale
  • (adv): Used as intensifiers; 'real' is sometimes used informally for 'really'; 'rattling' is informal.
    Example: "A rattling good yarn"
    Synonyms: very, really, real

Famous quotes containing the word rattling:

    Small debts are like small shot; they are rattling on every side, and can scarcely be escaped without a wound: great debts are like cannon; of loud noise, but little danger.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    You that do search for every purling spring
    Which from the ribs of old Parnassus flows,
    And every flower, not sweet perhaps, which grows
    Near thereabouts into your poesy wring;
    You that do dictionary’s method bring
    Into your rhymes, running in rattling rows;
    Sir Philip Sidney (1554–1586)

    Aunt Sally she was one of the mixed-upest looking persons I ever see; except one, and that was uncle Silas, when he come in, and they told it all to him. It kind of made him drunk, as you may say, and he didn’t know nothing at all the rest of the day, and preached a prayer meeting sermon that night that give him a rattling ruputation, because the oldest man in the world couldn’t a understood it.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)