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tablature

 [tab´lah-chur]
separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chūr),
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

/tab·la·ture/ (tab´lah-chur) separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chŭr)
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.
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Lute music in tablature was printed throughout the sixteenth century, but Galilei was the first to propose a method of converting vocal music to a form playable on the lute; for all the dances and fantasias that sixteenth-century lutenists published, it was still the intabulation of vocal music--madrigals, chansons, motets, and even masses--that forms the bulk of the repertory.
Then you have to invent a system of tablature that lets you write in quadraphonic,'' Figgis said.
And with a single tap, the user can toggle the notation between standard and tablature format.