allegro


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

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.

http://devworld.apple.com/mkt/informed/appledirections/mar97/roadmap.html.
References in periodicals archive ?
And of course, Allegro prints out scores and parts with the same precision as Finale.
Allegro Development provides software for the energy industry.
Allegro's modular application software components can stand alone or be part of a broader Allegro solution in any combination, seamlessly integrating with front, middle and back office processes.
Allegro designs and delivers energy trading, transaction and risk management software solutions that give traders, risk managers, and other decision-makers fully scalable, flexible solutions that are easy to integrate, deploy and modify -- enabling companies throughout the energy industry to gain compelling advantages while keeping pace with volatile markets and emerging strategies.
Allegro Development provides enterprise-wide e-solutions for the energy industry.
For more information on the Allegro partner program visit, www.
Pierre Marty, CEO of Allegro DVT, commented "We are proud to count TPV among the adopters of our compliance stream technology.
Bill Tiffany, Vice President of Supply Chain, Southwest, said, We ve been working with Allegro since 2008, using its platform to manage our hedging programme to mitigate our fuel price risk.
It tells the story of John Marco Allegro, "the maverick of the Dead Sea Scrolls," not in the form of a conventional biographic essay, but primarily in the words of Allegro himself from his publications and the letters he received and sent.
Privately held Allegro and its 39 employees develop products that accelerate and improve the functionality of secure connections through the Internet, also known as Virtual Private Networks.
The disappearance of this feature in Allegro leads us to the first and greatest design non sequitur.
Allegro Derivative Regulation is available as an integrated component of Allegro energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems, or as a stand-alone software solution for companies with non-Allegro ETRM systems.