free instruments

free instruments

[¦frē ′in·strə·məns]
(engineering)
Instruments designed to initially sink to the ocean bottom, release their ballast, and then rise to the surface where they are retrieved with their acquired payload.
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Working with children from the primary schools of Faneromeni in both Nicosia and Larnaca (areas which have a high incidence of school drop-out and social challenges, and are home to many underprivileged families, immigrants, and refugees), the programme offers free music lessons, free instruments, and a sense of purpose, achievement and pride for those involved.
Government Securities are credit risk free instruments, provide portfolio diversification and are available for longer investment durations.
Farkas was an agent for Conn, the American horn manufacturers who had offered the RPO horn section free instruments in return for advertising on the tour.
Government Securities are risk free instruments, provides portfolio diversification and are available for longer investment durations.
The donation will help support the growth and sustainability of the Worcester Chamber Music Society's Neighborhood Strings program, which provides free instruments and musical instruction to inner-city children.
When I was in school, Mr Holvey was the brass peripatetic teacher serving Mid Glamorgan, in the golden age of youth music when we were lucky enough to get free instruments, free tuition and the delights of courses at the legendary Ogmore Residential Education Centre.
It gives free instruments, tuition and hope to kids.
The association does not charge a subscription and also provides free instruments and uniforms.
We have these places called youth-gardens, kind of like youth clubs, you go along, they have free instruments and that's where we'd rehearse.
Little Kids Rock (LKR), a non-profit music program that provides free instruments and instruction for public school students, recently announced that it will be launching new programs in 29 schools in the New York City-area which will result in providing the gift of music education to 1,500 K-12 students.
Today, El Sistema--as the curriculum is popularly called--provides some 250,000 children with free instruments, instruction and transportation to more than 100 learning centers.
The authors state, "A visit to the local repair shop for inexpensive or even free instruments could possibly determine the feasibility of a performance" (p.