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breve

1. Music a note, now rarely used, equivalent in time value to two semibreves
2. RC Church a less common word for brief (papal letter)
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breve sepsis in an oncology patient underscores the invasive potential of probiotics.
Isolation and partial characterization of toxins from the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium breve Davis.
In the meantime, enjoy The Three-Cornered Hat and its companion pieces, the brief Interlude and Dance from La Vida Breve.
I want to give a special thanks to Minister Breve of Honduras for suggesting that this conference be held and the United States was happy to host it.
La carta revela una escritura breve y apresurada, y nos ofrece cierta informacion respecto al caracter y las actividades de Mistral durante su estancia en los Estados Unidos.
Karenia brevis (formerly known as Gymnodinium breve and Ptychodiscus brevis) and related species are dinoflagellates that can form HABs known as "Florida red tides.
Next to be heard from in the developing gang-terror amalgamation story was Honduran Defense Minister Federico Breve Travieso.
There are occasional small problems of intonation (during the alla breve section of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach's G-major duet, for example) and one wishes that Arthur Fiacco's cello were better recorded on Carl Philipp Emanuel's trio sonata, but overall this is a thoroughly enjoyable sampling of the chamber music of history's most famous musical family.
Mezzo Alyson McHardy sang Carmela in de Falla's La Vida Breve conducted by Rafael Frahbeck de Burgos at Tanglewood last summer.
The well-known concluding lines to Act 1, scene 2 ("Amiam, che non ha tregua / con gli anni umana vita, e si dilegua / Amiam, che 'l Sol si muore e poi rinasce: / a noi sua breve luce / s'asconde, e 'l sonno eterna notte adduce") are rendered thus: "Let's love, for with the years / man's life can have no truce, and disappears.
Hondutel general manager Roberto Breve made several trips to the U.
Both the American premiere of Felipe Sanchez's Los Tarantos, to live and recorded music by Paco De Lucia, and Jose Antonio's premiere of La Vida Breve ("Brief Life") combined clear, muscular flamenco with vague narrative.

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