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MUSIC

Abbreviation for:
Multicenter Ultrasound Stenting In Coronary Artery Disease
Musclo Skeletal Intervention Center
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So it is fitting that the Pink Floyd tribute show "Brit Floyd'' presents what is described as "the entire Pink Floyd experience, complete with state-of-the-art sound and light technology, to offer a concert experience as musically sound as it is visually stunning.
Drake's a huge fan of Lewis's racing and Lewis looks up to Drake musically.
Results of the study revealed that "during the cognitive tests, both the musically trained children and the adult musicians showed improvements within numerous areas of executive function, compared with the children who were not musically trained and non-musician adults.
On cognitive testing, adult musicians and musically trained children showed enhanced performance on several aspects of executive functioning.
If I was Simon Cowell I would have invested money in schools so children could be more musically minded.
This is the first fall and MusicAlly predicts that within four years, turnover for the ringtone market will slide to just pounds 78m.
Bark at the Park will include a pet costume contest, a Frisbee competition, a human-pet look-alike contest, and even a singing contest for musically inclined pooches.
I think for me, the biggest challenge is being able to play something musically, not just playing notes.
The musically inclined items might not provide a windfall to the university (sates have been slow), but their mere presence can give students the feeling that the university cares about them--and their tastes in gadgets.
Perhaps more importantly, McLean has created motivational learning experiences in idioms difficult to capture musically without stepping out of the bounds of elementary technical capabilities.
provide inspiration and ways to musically express different things," says Samuel Gaudet, one of the inventors.
Jared Warren: This band isn't that musically different from our previous groups, but it's not like we're taking that much from them either.