ad lib.

ad lib.

abbr.
Latin ad libitum (freely, as desired)
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I don't know what a "T" is (except a sixpenny one, which includes bread-and- butter and cake AD LIB.
A third collection, Quintette for four horns and trombone/ fifth horn, includes three of Damm's arrangements: the "Hunters' Chorus" from the third act of Weber's Der Freischutz for horns I, II, and IV in D, horn III in A, and trombone or ad lib.
This means baby can feed ad lib and Mum can sleep ad lib.
There are seven actors in the cast but they're not allowed to ad lib.
This was an approximately twice the amounts subjects ate daily while fed ad lib.
Now she is heading back to Merseyside for a special charity night, singing with a Parisian group Ad Lib.
Her face may be most familiar from Mervyn's commercials as the impatient sale shopper outside the store anxiously bidding it to ``open, open, open'' - a campaign that began as a Milo ad lib.
Certainly he can occasionally be quite amusing, in spite of, rather than because of, the foul language and lapses of taste, but sadly he spawned a generation of so-called comics who think clever scripts and preparing an act are not necessary as it can be done ad lib.
Director Chris Barfoot, who made the low-budget movie Dead Clean six years ago, recalled: "The kiss wasn't part of the script but Shane decided to ad lib.
As soon as I came back I started a wee jazzy soul club at The Research Club at Glasgow University, and for the last year and a half we've been at Ad Lib.
Where Noble hits the back of the net is his ability to ad lib.