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1. to be performed slowly
2. a movement or passage performed in this way
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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.



(Italian, “slow”), in musical notation a direction calling for a slow tempo. Though similar to largo, lento does not imply the same majesty and solemnity.

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The group also noted that it received reports ofindigenous peoples on the way to their accessible voting centers in Katuray Elementary School in Palawan "were intercepted." LENTE urged voters to report election law violations and other forms of irregularities to their volunteers on the ground or to their helpdesk: Hotline: (02) 502-15-91 Globe subscribers: 0917-1066265 Smart subscribers: 09471644158 Twitter: @lente_ph Facebook: LENTE Philippines Poll precincts are open until 6:00 p.
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