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allegro

Music
1. (to be performed) quickly, in a brisk lively manner
2. a piece or passage to be performed in this manner

Allegro

(operating system)
The code name for the major Mac OS release due in mid-1998.

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Allegra must choose between one cruel, privileged Family and another or give up social standing and join Nev's nomadic clan.
Allegra is known for her skill in trying cases, negotiating complex settlements and finding creative solutions.
It's such a tough time for me anyway, given my history," says Allegra, 31.
Allegra firmly believes he is innocent, and hires the firm to investigate and find out who really killed her sister, over the objections of her family.
The base fare represents about 22 percent of what it costs UTA to transport a person on average, Allegra says.
In addition, the moisturizers and vitamins A, C and E in Allegra Anti-Itch Cream help soothe the skin, and the allantoin protects the skin while it gets back to normal after scratching.
I am thrilled to team up with Allegra and show families that with the help of Allegra their seasonal allergies don't have to stop them from enjoying the outdoors and having fun.
Allegra is studying dance, in part, for the freedom she feels when she dances.
Steve Kapuscinski, owner of Allegra Cincinnati, said: Our enhanced capabilities will help us serve our diverse and growing client base.
Both ships drifted helplessly, without power or steering capability, the Costa Concordia capsizing on rocks near the Italian tourist island of Giglio and the Costa Allegra coming within 20 miles of the pristine Alphonse group of coral atolls in the Seychelles.
Costa Cruises Costa Allegra Arrives in Mah After Three Days Without Power.
A YOUNG woman has told how she was marooned on the cruise ship Costa Allegra - weeks after her brother survived the sinking of sister ship Costa Concordia.