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organophosphate

[ȯr¦gan·ə′fäs‚fāt]
(organic chemistry)
A soluble fertilizer material made up of organic phosphate esters such as glucose, glycol, or sorbitol; useful for providing phosphorus to deep-root systems.
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A considerable portion of the opening phrase of Op. 49, No.
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For Me, Op. 76, is an exquisite collection of twenty-two little recital pieces that many consider not only Takacs's finest work in this genre, but one of the finest collections written in the last half of the twentieth century.
The set called Doubledozen for Small Fingers, Op. 63 consists of pieces that are longer and a little more difficult than the general level of the Opus 76 and are appropriate for the late-elementary student.
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