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spur, 1
1. An appendage to a supporting structure, as a shore, prop, or buttress; a decorative appendage of the base of a round column resting on a square or polygonal plinth, set at the corners, and taking the form of a grotesque, a tongue, or leafwork. Also called a griffe.
2. A spere.
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Da mesma forma que assimilamos as copias de gravuras em xilogravura e mais tarde em litografia, ela propria como uma obra de arte, sera que nao estamos vivendo uma assimilacao das copias das griffes, elas mesmas por si so?
Charles Tomlinson Griffes (1884-1920) is one of the great might-have-beens of American music.
Apres etre passee sous les griffes de Barbie qui finit par l'expedier vers les camps, Simone ne voudra plus laisser sa mere.
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Le temps n'est plus a la generosite flamboyante, Berlin ayant decide de montrer ses griffes pour indiquer le chemin de retour aux demandeurs deboutes.
C'est donc une bonne chose pour les Lions de l'Atlas qui doivent s'estimer heureux d'avoir realise cette victoire au detriment des Libyens accrocheurs et qui avaient rate l'occasion de retablir l'equilibre dans le temps additionnel suite a une contre attaque des plus dangereuses obligeant et le gardien et Mehdi Benatia a sortir les griffes pour que la balle soit degagee en corner qui n'a pas ete joue.
Jonathan Griffes (seventh) and Jack Pickell (ninth) also finished in the top 10 for the Vikings.
Je vous conseille de renoncer a ces methodes (sanctions, ndlr), ne croyez pas que vos mauvaises humeurs, montrer vos dents et vos griffes, arreteront le peuple iranien sur son chemin" pour maEtriser la technologie nucleaire, a declare M.
This will be followed by The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan, the last composition of Charles Tomlinson Griffes.
He includes not only concertos, but all kinds of works featuring solo winds, singly or in groups, such as Poem for flute and orchestra by Charles Tomlinson Griffes and Leroy Anderson's Bugler's Holiday, and even arrangements that retain orchestral accompaniment, such as the Mozart Bassoon Concerto in a version for solo euphonium.
Takasawa, assistant professor of music at the University of Rhode Island, gave a lecture/recital of American piano repertoire, which included music of Bolcom, Griffes and Liebermann.