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OCTAVE Sustain is a Phase 3, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group, multi-center study.
The jumps from octaves to unisons are a characteristic element of the style and orchestral sound of the era.
The OCTAVE study will examine the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and efficacy of administering the vaccine directly into the abdomen of cancer patients, where ovarian cancer tends to recur (a process known as intra-peritoneal or IP delivery).
The sound pressure levels can then be corrected to sound power levels by adding the room attenuation by octave band.
In Pygmalion (1912), George Bernard Shaw's flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, mutters in her cockney-sparrow accent--in lines famously delivered to later audiences by Audrey Hepburn, and in Shaw's original "subsiding into a brooding melancholy over her basket, and talking very low-spiritedly to herself"--"I'm a good girl, I am" (346); so too Zola's Denise proves (as Mme Hedouin has already done in the first novel) that the only thing Octave ultimately cannot resist is resistance itself.
Donald Pavy of New Iberia is a great nephew of Octave Pavy and the author of Accident and Deception: The Huey Long Shooting.
Horn: In older editions, horn parts in bass clef are almost always written an octave lower than their transposition would dictate.
La teologia perversa creada por Octave se desarrolla, como no, en niveles estocasticos o, si se quiere, por medio de una vision muy particular de la existencia.
In addition, hearing protection devices are rated by their overall attenuation and specific attenuation in one-third octave bands up to 8 kHz.
Years ago the importance of celebrating the Octave of Easter had lost its meaning.
In any other barn, Octave would be a superstar, having never been out of the first two in ten career starts, seven of them Grade 1s.
Ray usually teams up with 84-year-old Althea Gaye to perform as the Octave Tinkling Twosome, and is no stranger to producing CDs.