Noisy Chaos

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Angels are generally thought of as having wings and appear quietly, but on October 1st, 2017 hundreds of angels descended on Las Vegas wearing scrubs amidst noisy chaos. After a mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay hotel upon 2200 country music lovers at the Route 91 concert, angels without wings, known as nurses, went into full action.
The images I saw at the hospital - the nurses who did their best to tame the noisy chaos of Emergency Room arrivals, the crowded corridors, the premature births and cramped recovery rooms with double occupancy of single beds - gripped me and wouldn't let go.
Far away from the sooty, noisy chaos of Beirut, this green-friendly designer could not have picked a more appropriate location.
Set in 450 acres of farmland, Brompton Farmhouse and Cookery School in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, is a sanctuary of peace and quiet - a million miles from the noisy chaos of my own kitchen.
But instead of noisy chaos, the effect was a festive setting where we could talk openly without worry of eavesdropping neighbors.
The hall might be noisy chaos for three hours every night, but Gemma Gillin wouldn't have it any other way.
Out of our memories of noisy chaos and frightening images of burning buildings collapsing to rubble and people running from the scene, Brown has created a quiet, beautifully designed dance in, because it is a dance, a place of ephemeral safety.
After the noisy chaos in Diana's sitting-room, Liz was struck by the silence as they waited in the courtyard for the Glass Coach to carry the bride to St Paul's.
I arrived to a noisy chaos of small children and harassed parents who had turned up on spec in the hope of buying some wine.