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time signature

Music a sign usually consisting of two figures, one above the other, the upper figure representing the number of beats per bar and the lower one the time value of each beat. This sign is placed after the key signature at the outset of a piece or section of a piece
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The cut time was later altered to include her time after the original mark was not met by enough swimmers in the nation.
Among the many swimmers who will attempt to make their Junior and Senior National cut times at the Janet Evans meet, a relay team is gunning for a national record in the 15-16 age group 200-meter freestyle relay.
Jones knows she must get back to the 100 freestyle to be ready for the Olympic Trials and hopes to make the Olympic cut time in the 50 as well.
consumers, Uniradio cut time slated for ads, tweaked outdated play lists and added a San Diego news and traffic report.
Skipping breakfast may do more than cut time and calories from the morning routine.
Pro-Con also has enabled Rex-Rosenlew to tighten the gauge tolerance band by 10% and cut time from start-up to good product by 25%.
Future trends will include an increase in the percentage of sales to vendors' existing customers, continued investment in R&D in order to cut times to market and further price-cutting.
VIRGIN Trains aims to cut times on its Liverpool to London route.
It followed the introduction of 186mph services from St Pancras which cut times to Paris and Brussels by 20 minutes.
Her sister Mio, a freshman, is also shooting for cut times.
Gyuris will compete in the next Junior Nationals, in San Antonio, and then he hopes to make his Senior National cut times.