01. The dancers [chanted] in low voices as they danced around the stage.
02. As we got nearer to the temple, we could hear the monks [chanting] in Sanskrit.
03. The [chanting] outside the government legislature intensified when the politicians came out to address the protesters.
04. The crowd [chanted] anti-government slogans as the President emerged from the meeting.
05. "Give peace a chance," [chanted] the demonstrators.
06. Melodious though they are, the [chants] of the Roman Church still cling to the form of the verbal message.
07. Excited fans [chanted] the name of the band as they came out on stage.
08. In the 1880s, French monks at Solesmes began to publish facsimile editions with commentaries of the sources of Gregorian [chant].
09. The savages [chanted] war cries as they danced around the fire.
10. Most Christian [chant] began in the Middle Ages, but it has been kept alive since that time, if often in corrupt versions.
11. The [chants] of the Roman Church can all be divided into those with biblical and those with nonbiblical texts.
12. Up to the 1700s, a large proportion of Western music found its source and inspiration in the [chants] of the Roman Church.
13. Scholars have described the [chants] of the Roman Church as including some of the noblest melodies ever created.
14. The [chants] of the Roman Church are considered by many to be one of the great treasures of Western civilization.
15. Ralph Waldo Emerson once advised, "Don't waste yourself in rejection, nor bark against the bad, but [chant] the beauty of the good."
16. Survivors of the disaster lit candles and [chanted] prayers for the dead.

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