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ad lib

[‚ad ′lib]
(biology)
Shortened form for ad libitum; without limit or restraint.

Ad Lib

An earlier sound card from Ad Lib, Inc., Quebec City, that, for a while, was the de facto standard for synthesized background music for computer games. It was a precursor to the MIDI standard.
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Then there's the ad-libs that make the live show even more fun than the 1976 film.
Audiences can expect an evening of glamour, elegant evening wear, sassy ad-lib chat and harp music from Handel to Bernstein.
They say in college, friends called him Ad-Lib Newt (also That Guy Who Is Marrying His High School Math Teacher [look it up]).
These two often get paired together on the channel and enjoy a bit of light-hearted ad-lib banter while they are delivering the latest sporting headlines, but it seems to have stepped up a level in recent weeks.
The names of dead bodies flown to Karachi are as follows, Asif Shahzad, Muhammad Asad, Saleem Bangash, Mubashar Shahid, Saleem Ahmad, Maqsood Ahmad, Shamsul Haq, Javed Iqbal, Tariq Shahid, Aashiq Hussain, Seemi Lodhi, Asim Haider, Raheem Rajput, Shazia, Ali Sherazi, Afzal Khan, Manzoor Amir, Ad-lib, Amir Siddiqui, and Waheed Sheikh.
AFS and Britmilk can provide not only milk replacers but also feeding solutions with bucket, ad-lib and computerised machines.
"I don't think it's a chance for the ad-lib," he said..
Andrew agreed and so impressed the film crew he was asked to ad-lib on how to save money on food bills.
Anyone who Imagines the art of the pantomime dame Is endangered has obviously not seen Hockley, In a range of sculpted technicol-our outfits, bestriding the stage to ad-lib banter with cast and audience members alike.
It started innocently enough, just one more ad-lib in a show filled with them.
Ricky Gervais, who was forced to ad-lib for several minutes.
Today's "New York Times" column is primarily a personal attack on me, focuses on an ad-lib on the set of this broadcast uttered more than two years ago by Christine Romans on a number of cases of leprosy in this country.