Roaring

Some articles on roaring:

Leo The Lion (MGM) - Logos - George (1956–1958)
... different versions of this logo were used one with the lion roaring toward the right of the screen and then roaring at the camera, and another with the lion roaring twice toward ...
Roaring Fork Conservancy - Roaring Fork Watershed Collaborative
... The Roaring Fork Conservancy is a founding member of the Roaring Fork Watershed Collaborative Water Committee ...
Roaring Fork Conservancy
... Roaring Fork Conservancy is the watershed conservation organization for the Roaring Fork Watershed in west central Colorado, which operates to raise public awareness of the protection of the ... Roaring Fork Conservancy programs include water quality monitoring, river and water research, land and water conservation, river stewardship, and river and water education for students and adults ... Roaring Fork Conservancy works collaboratively with local citizens, governments, agencies and partner organizations to protect rivers and streams of the Roaring Fork Watershed ...
The Luck Of Roaring Camp - Adaptations
... Thomas Edison Motion Picture Company's 1910 The Luck of Roaring Camp is adapted and directed by character actor Frank McGlynn, Sr ... Paramount's 1916 Roaring Camp is an adaptation by Will Rogers that stars Carl de ... Frank Baum Edison's 1917 The Luck of Roaring Camp is an adaptation by Edward H ...
Roaring Days
... Roaring Days is the second studio album released by Australian rock band Weddings Parties Anything ... The title of the album was based on the poem, "Roaring Days", by Henry Lawson ...

More definitions of "roaring":

  • (adv): Extremely.
    Example: "Roaring drunk"

Famous quotes containing the word roaring:

    Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.
    Bible: New Testament 1 Peter 5:8.

    he changed and ran
    Through many shapes; I lunged at the smooth throat
    Of a great eel; it changed, and I but smote
    A fir-tree roaring in its leafless top;
    And thereupon I drew the livid chop
    Of a drowned dripping body to my breast....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.
    Bible: New Testament 1 Peter, 5:8.