euphonia


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euphonia

(ū-fōn′ē-ă) [″ + phone, voice]
The condition of having a normal clear voice.
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Two "young of the year" (van Rossem, 1942) paratypes of Aphelocoma unicolor ([masculinidad][feminidad] fide Du Bus, 1848) from Oaxaca have identical origins as reported for a pair of Euphonia elegantissima ("S.
He has helped to found and run a number of arts organizations, including the Euphonia Foundation for Music, the Jubilate festival, the Culture et Democratie non-profit association, the Ictus Ensemble, the Jeune Philharmonie/ Jonge Filharmonie youth orchestra, the Trento Foundation, the Mont des Arts/Kunstberg non-profit association and the Queen Elisabeth Foundation.
98-168; id, Euphonia. Studi di fonostilistica (Virgilio, Orazio, Apuleio), Bologna, 2000; R.
Occasionally, horns team up with trombones, euphonia, and tubas for big low brass tutti sections.
One poem's utopia is another's dystopia; a sonneteer's euphonia is a concretist's dyspepsia.
Below Sue Lyness and Rose Parry; GRAND DAME: Eddie Harkins, left, as the dame, Queen Euphonia of Harmonia, in THAT Drama Group's production of Puss in Boots Pictures by IAN COOPER
Euphonia chlorotica d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye (tangara comun) Estacion observada: Otono Estado poblacional: CI: Preocupacion menor
"I really enjoyed the night and I enjoyed playing my euphonia for all the people that came to see us."
It centres on Corby, a girl who is on board the SS Euphonia, en route to Harbour Heights, where she and her family are moving.