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diapason

Music
1. either of two stops (open and stopped diapason) usually found throughout the compass of a pipe organ that give it its characteristic tone colour
2. the compass of an instrument or voice
3. chiefly in French usage
a. a standard pitch used for tuning, esp the now largely obsolete one of A above middle C = 435 hertz, known as diapason normal
b. a tuning fork or pitch pipe
4. (in classical Greece) an octave
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Ainsi, "Diapason", entend encourager, encadrer, voire parrainer les artistes, de meme qu'elle veut perpetuer le patrimoine musical en lui apportant une touche de modernite, le tout dans le souci d'agir pour la promotion du dialogue entre les civilisations et les religions.
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Il a exprime, dans un communique, son refus de l'article 33 (article 34 auparavant) du PLF 2019, adopte samedi, et qui stipule la revelation du secret professionnel dans sa version actuelle, faisant remarquer qu'il avait presente des propositions d'amendement de cet article, au diapason avec les normes internationales dans ce domaine.
Le ministre de la Communication, Djamel Kaouane, a indiqu dimanche Alger que l'entreprise de Tldiffusion d'Algrie (TDA) est appele AaAaAeAnt au diapason des "transformations radicales" que connait le paysage audiovisuel algrien et de matrialiser les rformes dcides par le prsident de la Rpublique dans ce secteur.
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En ese diapason historico, los mexicanos sabiamos o intuiamos que la nueva realidad politica del pais no seria facil ni tranquila, que la construccion de la democracia una vez derrocado el viejo regimen seria ardua y compleja, que las resistencias al cambio serian muchas y podian entorpecer y poner en riesgo lo logrado.