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Copland

Aaron. 1900--90, US composer of orchestral and chamber music, ballets, and film music

Copland

The code name for a next generation Macintosh operating system that was expected to provide preemptive multitasking, multithreading, better crash protection and the ability to customize the user interface. Considerable effort went into Copland; however, things changed after Apple purchased NeXT Computer. See Rhapsody.
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Copland confessed his amusement when concertgoers told him, "I can just feel spring and see the Appalachians.
Once the new traffic islands are constructed, Roads ACT will continue to roll out improvements on Copland Drive with road resealing operations between Moynihan Street and Owen Dixon Drive.
Bernstein saw in Copland "the closest thing to a composition teacher" he ever had, guiding spirit, and also the patriarch of American serious music--as the proverbial "High Priest of American music," as if a kindly, affable "Moses in Aaron's garb.
Copland spent his first two decades growing up in the Canterbury region of the south island.
Copland was at once an obvious and unlikely choice.
When Copland returned to New York in 1924 he was a determined modern musical anarchist.
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool Frank Prendergast signs the book of condolence along with Norwegian Consul Peter Copland and leader of the council Joe Anderson Picture: GARETH JONES/GRJ250711NORWAY-3
Fantasist Copland, 56, who had the nickname Ghost, had used a silencer on the handgun.
Copland and McIntosh tied scores with English pair Michelle Smith and Sharon Lee on 1169 but took the gold on a higher xring count.
Copland said: "My parents and grandparents shoot so I just felt it was natural I do it myself.
President's Award For Outstanding Academic Excellence: Rebecca Brulee, Katelyn O'Neil, Meghan Bernier, Kelly Cotter, Stephanie Benoit, Lisa Copland, Stephen Shenouda, Melissa Whittaker, Rebecca Gagnon, Samantha Copland, Peter Mannka, Kayleigh Hodgdon, Andrea Hession, Sarah Zeis, David Bazzett, Jeffrey Copland, Rachel Boatman, Jillian Coffey, Jennifer Rosa, Kimberly Leighton, Joshua Poole
Gun nut Copland shot Julie and Maisie on a custody visit to his home in Aldershot, Hants, weeks after the pair split.