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jpg [bar] RADIO PERCUSSION: Cowlersley Junior Infants School''s percussion group struck the right note with a local radio programme.
But she certainly struck the right note with customers at The Ilminster pub in Culmstock, Devon.
FOREIGN Affairs Minister Brian Cowen has struck the right note with his supporters - and could be in the running for stardom as a singer.
The satirists struck the right note again seven years later when US voters elected an African-American president for the first time while the country was mired in a recession and two unwinnable wars: "Black man given nation's worst job.
HIT albums by Coldplay and Gorillaz - and the boom in digital downloads - have struck the right note at EMI.
As a Leith man himself, that appeal struck the right note and the response from those with a green and white persuasion ensured that Hearts' predatory move was repelled.
It was imperative they batted out their 30 overs to try and post a total in three figures - which is what they did - and then Cocking's 'half time' team talk struck the right note.
The episode left a nasty taste in the mouth, and soon-to-be-married Charlie struck the right note of lofty disapproval.
Musical moments A KITCHEN equipment firm struck the right note with visitors to a top exhibition - by adopting a musical theme for its trade stand.
Aston Villa striker Vassell, 21, struck the right note by hitting a 61st-minute equaliser with a spectacular scissors-kick which secured a well-deserved draw for England's young lions.
A MIRFIELD-based songwriter has struck the right note in his drive to pursue a solo singing career.
The opening and closing sections of his speech employed formulas routinely used in Friday prayers - a device which would have struck the right note with Muslims around the world.