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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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And it's a humble Austin Allegro, the 1970s vehicle derided as illustrating, in metal, colourful plastic and vinyl roof, everything that was wrong with Birmingham-based British Leyland.
The stats revealed less than 0.5 per cent of the 643,340 Allegros built between 1973 and 1983 were still on the road.
From the plug-ugly Austin Allegro to the popular Vauxhall Viva, you couldn't drive for more than a few miles without crossing their paths.
THE other day I bought an Austin Allegro...and you're the first people I've told.
Colin, who has owned 40 Allegros since purchasing his first in 1981, won't be on the pilgrimage.
Fifty owners proudly showed off their Longbridge-built vehicles - from Austin Allegros to classic Minis - at the plant's Q Gate.
Around 60 of the Birmingham-produced Austin Allegros had their place in the sun on the marque's 35th anniversary homecoming rally at Patrick Motor Museum, Kings Norton.
IT WAS the nightmare vision of 1970s AA repair men - scores of Austin Allegros lined up with their bonnets lifted.
Eastborne resident Mr Cripps, 39, who owns three Allegros, said: "We have a national meeting every year, but the 35th anniversary is a special one so we wanted to bring the cars home.
He is recreating one of the most familiar sounds from Britain's highways in the era when Allegros were shuddering along them in their thousands.
Oakland, CA, July 26, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Franz Inc., the leading supplier of Common Lisp based tools and Graph Database technology for the Semantic Web, today announced Allegro CL v9.0, bringing symmetric multi-processing capabilities to the industry's leading Common Lisp based development environment.