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slur

Music
a. a performance or execution of a melodic interval of two or more notes in a part
b. the curved line (⌣ or ⌢) indicating this
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Julie Holmes allegedly grabbed the man's coat, hit him with her umbrella and also called him a racial slur, according to the police report.
The original Slur Exercises and Chromatic Octaves has long been a valuable supplement assisting the advancing student toward "greater strength and fluency in his fingers," stated Segovia.
In the video interview, Ice Cube defended Jonah Hill on his use of a gay slur at a paparazzo.
Blood in the Water - Larry Taylor's Anti-Semitic Slur
Last month, Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers was fined $100,000 for directing the same slur toward a referee.
Gayhab is obviously just the latest twist in the slur rehabilitation biz.
The tenant whose garage was defaced is Hispanic and believes the slur may have been aimed at his neighbors, who are black, said Sgt.
2, where on several occasions in Haydn's autograph the articulation of two-note slur plus staccato note in the chromatic descent within the fugal first subject is met by a three-note slur in another part.
She said: "It is a slur on the Colne Valley that the BNP should think this is fertile territory in which to win votes.
LAS VEGAS -- The wife of a state assemblyman has filed a federal lawsuit against the Community College of Southern Nevada, its president and a former vice president who allegedly used a racial slur to refer to her.
R I Sims defends trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies against the latest slur on his character
However, the court suggests that a racial slur during such a conversation would not be protected: "Indeed, if the racial slur were used, it would arguably not be protected.