2 edition of And I reach for the brassy ring-- found in the catalog.
And I reach for the brassy ring--
RBSC copy: No. 3 of 135 copies. In original white paper covers.
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The merry-go-round has always been a favorite of old and young, alike. No matter how many scary rides are at the amusement park, you always come back to the merry-go-round and try to snag the brass ring. It's interesting to watch the very cautious tentatively reach out for it, afraid that if they lean over too far, they will fall off the horse.5/5(1).
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Please, subscribe or login to access full text content. If you think you should have access to this title, please contact your librarian. If your reach was long enough, your aim was true, your timing was just right and you had a little luck on your side, you just might grab that brass ring and win something special.
Over the years, the phrase "grabbing the brass ring" has come to mean reaching for the highest prize. References to a literal brass ring go back to the s, as found in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle And I reach for the brassy ring-- book September about the famous Coney Island amusement park carousel.
“Reaching for the brass ring” is a phrase originating in the late 19th and early 20th century when carousels were popular in US amusement parks and boardwalks. The Real Brass Ring takes The Secret on a high-speed road test in a tale of midlife transformation in the real, flesh-and-blood world of contemporary Chicago.
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In Brass Ring we alternate between two women with the book opening with Claire finding a young woman about to commit suicide but fails to prevent it happening.
This then I am a Diane Chamberlain fan through and through – will pick up a new book of hers with lots of excitement without even looking at what it’s about/5. The Long, Hard Reach for that Brass Ring it would certainly not get you into book stores and was very likely not going to get you in front of any awards committees.
I felt like I should at least take a shot at traditional publishing and then, if necessary, self-publish. Certainly I couldn't go back from having self-published and hope an Author: Stephen Kozeniewski. The carousel turns faster, the children’s hearts flutter with anticipation.
Then, the moment finally arrives; it’s time to reach for the brass ring. Reaching for the brass ring does not end as you age. Take a moment to identify the brass rings in your life. Graduating from college or finding that fantastic job.
Nearby words ofto go for the brass ring. to go deep to run deep. to go down like a lead balloon. to go for broke. to go for the brass ring. to go from bad to worse. to go into the record books.
to go off air. All ENGLISH words that begin with 'T'. Historically, a brass ring hung from the outside of a carousel or merry-go-round. Riders at old-time carnivals or circuses had a chance to grab it, and if they got their hands on it they could win a free ride.
The expression "grabbing the brass ring" or "reaching for the brass ring" has come to mean. Provided to YouTube by TuneCore The Brass Ring Michael Wark The Brass Ring ℗ MMWP Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
Just toss it into the (insert open mouth item here). Reaching for the brass ring at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Once a staple of every carousel (just like a live band organ), the ring machine slowly feel out of favor with most parks.
Ring machines are generally a pain – literally. Merry-go-rounds used to have a brass ring in the middle people would try to reach out and touch it as they passed to see if they could touch it (Not as easy as it sounds as you are going up and down and forward at the same you have to reach for it).
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The term has been used as the title of at least two books. The final scene of The Catcher in the Rye features a carousel with a brass ring, which Holden Caulfield's sister Phoebe reaches for. The brass ring is symbolic of adulthood, the transition to which is a preoccupation of Holden throughout the book.
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I often refer to goals as “brass rings”. It’s a phrase I learned a long time ago from my grandfather. Back in the dark ages, when he was a kid, carousels were still a big thing especially here in Tinyville riders could enjoy a free ride if they grabbed a brass ring during the ride.Definition of the brass ring in the Idioms Dictionary.
the brass ring phrase. What does the brass ring expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Note: On some fairground rides, a brass ring was placed just out of the reach of the riders.
If a rider managed to grab it, they won a free ride. the brass ˈring (American.To grab the brass ring is to be like Hogan in the '80s. Or Cena in the '00s. Or Cena in the '00s. A combination of being the first to arrive and the last to leave, making yourself as marketable as possible to WWE's current target demographic and advertisers, and embodying that frustratingly simple image in Vince's mind of what a WWE Superstar.