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allegro

Music
1. (to be performed) quickly, in a brisk lively manner
2. a piece or passage to be performed in this manner

Allegro

(operating system)
The code name for the major Mac OS release due in mid-1998.

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A classic Allegro fault was that the rear window would come loose and cause an alarming thump when braking.
Made by Music Wizard Group (a dba for Allegro Multimedia Inc.), Longmont, (877) PIANO-04, www.pianowizard.com.
In truth, the Allegro never met its sales predictions, earning a terrible reputation in the Press and with buyers.
Allegro, Board Station and Expedition are netlist driven--you can't create a design without a netlist and it won't let you route a trace that violates the netlist.
Diametrics Medical Inc., owner of an operating biodiesel production facility in Pollock, La., today announced that it will change its name to Allegro Biodiesel Corporation, pending shareholder approval.
Intact PTH concentrations were measured according to the manufacturer's exact instructions using the following commercially available assays: Nichols' Allegro IRMA (Cat.
Judith Anne Brown, the daughter of John Allegro, calls him "the maverick," acknowledging the controversial figure he became for his interpretation of the Scrolls and their bearing on Christianity.
A third shelf is devoted largely to the category leader, Allegro Pacific Inc., with styles ranging from basic black to animal prints as well as a small clear plastic model.
It tells the story of John Marco Allegro, "the maverick of the Dead Sea Scrolls," not in the form of a conventional biographic essay, but primarily in the words of Allegro himself from his publications and the letters he received and sent.
The latest Allegro technology shortens design cycle time by enabling team-based PCB system design throughout the design flow.
Allegro used 65,577 pounds of paper for business operations in 2003, which is an equivalent of 328 mature trees.
Although "Allegro" was controversial, it was no flop, drawing many positive notices and running a respectable 315 perfs on Broadway in 1947-48.