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MUSIC

Abbreviation for:
Multicenter Ultrasound Stenting In Coronary Artery Disease
Musclo Skeletal Intervention Center
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How clever you are, Joe --and--kiss me, Joe--and what made you ever suspect that I wasn't giving music lessons to Clementina?"
The music was vibrating in her still,--Purcell's music, with its wild passion and fancy,--and she could not stay in the recollection of that bare, lonely past.
We going to have a little music? Some of you gentlemen going to play for me this evening?' It was the soft, amiable Negro voice, like those I remembered from early childhood, with the note of docile subservience in it.
Here one might gaze up the green rocky defile through which the Sly made pebbly music, and through which wound romantic walks and natural galleries, where far inland you might wander
"We are speaking of music, madam," said he, when no longer able to avoid a reply.
She could not accompany herself, but she could sing music at sight very well.
"No, I know the notes of many birds, and I know many melodies by ear; but the music that I don't know at all, and have no notion about, delights me--affects me.
Well, I am in a position to state that the Opera ghost and the Angel of Music are one and the same person; and his real name is Erik."
came the music to their ears, more distinctly as they drew nearer the house.
"It isn't you we hate, especially," observed the Glass Cat; "it's your dreadful music. When I lived in the same room with you I was much annoyed by your squeaky horn.
Music enwrapped her, and she could not enter into the distinction that divides young men whom one takes an interest in from young men whom one knows.
A German lady in Munich told me that a person could not like Wagner's music at first, but must go through the deliberate process of learning to like it--then he would have his sure reward; for when he had learned to like it he would hunger for it and never be able to get enough of it.