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flut·ing

(flūting)
Stretched root branch depressions along the surface of the root.
[flute, fr. O.Fr. flaute, + -ing, pr.p. suffix]]

fluting

(floo´ting),
n the elongated developmental depressions along the root branches of tooth root surfaces of certain teeth.
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On Wednesday in Paphos two flutes will accompany a piano to present music based on works by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Claude Debussy, Philippe Gaubert, Francois Borne and Franz Doppler.
And through the years, my flute with soft soothing sounds, composed most often in moments of sadness and joy, happiness and grief, has constantly mirrored my life's ups and downs.
He was more focused on tabla but the first position for flute performance at APMC pushed him to focus on flute and it became a lifetime romance.
I am playing flute since my childhood when I was in class VII or VIII.
Unless this guy smeared his semen on the flute and handed it to the kids right away, there's really not a risk of transferring anything," he said.
They make light cuts and rotate to a different flute constantly to avoid overheating.
Neal examines Upper Paleolithic flutes that are 42,000 to 43,000 years old as the earliest musical instruments--or at least sound producers--found in the archaeological record.
Teredesai creates flute soundtracks that move from meditative to mysterious, mesmerizing to deeply emotional.
We have people who played at school and have come back from university and want to join and some of our members now have their own children who are learning the flute," said Carol.
During that time, you have changed the face of the 20th- and 21st-century flute repertoire.
The Recorder and Other Members of the Flute Family in Writings from 1100 to 1500.