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ZIL

(games)
Zork Implementation Language. Language used by Infocom's Interactive Fiction adventure games. Interpreted by the zmachine, for Unix and Amiga.

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More advanced students use finger cymbals that keep time to the beat.
The Roots of Rhythm Teachers' Guide contains 10 lessons, along with a CD of nearly 100 authentic and play-along musical examples on such popular drams as the African djembe, Japanese kakko and Cuban bongos, as well as lesser-known percussion instruments like the ranat ek (xylophone) from Thailand and the sajat (finger cymbals) from Egypt.
He was accompanied by one of the members of his group striking small finger cymbals. After Tanaka- sensei finished, Joao Grande (also a 2001 National Heritage Fellow), Capoeira Angola master, led his capoeira group through the audience, all dressed in white and playing berimbau and chanting.
He brought out his finger cymbals and was playing all these Tibetan rhythms and they thought that this was great." Ginsberg's view, however, of why he thought Liverpool was the "centre of the universe" has received a typically dry Scouse response from McGough and Patten.
The songs' beats range from Martian-industrial-disco to a simple, arrhythmic smattering of finger cymbals. And the impressively varied sonic palette includes clarinets, autoharp, and 1980s-era video-game gunfire.
Saroya offers Middle Eastern Dance classes including basic movements, techniques, combination steps, rhythms, finger cymbals, props.
He has a talent for weaving storytelling accompanied by his own music, whether played on spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djeme drums, harmonica, guitar, trombone or even tap shoes.
She is a doula who usually does not bring her finger cymbals and veil to births, though she is tempted.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT$ Tambourines, castanets, shakers, recorders, drums, finger cymbals, slide flutes.
B*witched will hand over a string of finger cymbals and percussion instruments to schoolchildren who could not afford to buy their own.
Take, for instance, one of the sentences used to illustrate the difference between eremetic and hermetic: "King Alabastro kept Dariushka's eyeballs and heart in a hermetically sealed bivalve coffer, her garter belt entwined with his suspenders, her finger cymbals with his cuff links, and her sling-back satin slippers at the foot of their conjugal bed." Or this sentence, which distinguishes between fray and affray: "The affray at Blotto Junction could have followed a much bloodier scenario had Ziggie Spurthrast not appeared in her leopard-skin getup and shot down a row of whiskey bottles ....