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An inclined board in a vertical plane, parallel to the slope of a stair (i.e., a string), whose upper edge is cut to fit the profile of the treads and risers of the steps; the treads of the stairs project beyond the face of the string and are visible; compare with closed string.
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An open string, no matter how garbled, is the same as a straight segment.
Consequently, the system has Neumann boundary conditions and the end of open string can move freely on the brane which is agree with its dual discussed in [9] considering Born-Infeld action dealing with the fluctuation of the bion skipe in D3[perpendicular to]D1-case.
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When plucked, the open string produces the note Yakah.
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She uses yet another PPK to promote her own invention, the Batten String Damper which is a device that attaches to the headstock of a stringed instrument and dampens the strings to stop the open string noise when desired.
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Rachel came first in the Open String Solo and Instrumental Solo on Thursday and second in the Mozart Vocal Solo Open category, performing a German rendition.
We play almost without vibrato, keeping the bow on the string, taking open strings wherever they fall naturally, even if it means that our phrases do not exactly replicate one another's.