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Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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The Chase" by Carolyn Miller and David Engle requires precise articulation and is a good piece for students who are studying five-finger patterns.
The values obtained for distance A-B and C-D showed no significance, when compared between Articulation I and III and between the Articulations i.
The fact that the same symbol is employed for differing articulations, as the <t> in tall, stall, and lot, simply reflects our collective obliviousness to articulative variation between allophones, until it is pointed out.
Not to put too fine a point on it: One needs to keep sharp the distinction between the desire to clarify doctrinal or moral formulations from open denials of well-defined articulations of faith and practice.
On another night, Sean Curran performed his solo "Flexible While Frozen," an excerpt from his Five Points of Articulation.
ProsoftTraining (Nasdaq: POSO) announced today that the state of Tennessee has implemented a statewide articulation model for Prosoft's CIW program, completing the integration of CIW throughout the education system in the state.
I "inadvertently" started to experiment with articulations and soon heard my Bach playing not only singing (as it always had) but also dancing--what a difference, such fun
Cave perceives the origins of an anthropology in the ineffable articulations of history, religion, and poetic language.
The agreement will serve as a template for future statewide articulations in other critical areas.
This release also features functional enhancements to the recently released Sibelius 4 and, coupled with GPO's own programming, allows for powerful and sensitive rendition of articulation and expression markings (including slurs, bowing and tremolo indications, hairpins and other dynamics, as well as all standard articulations) during playback.
Since it applies different keys and articulations electronically, SmartMusic Studio Online will provide tens of thousands of skill development exercises, far more than could be published in any set of music books.
They contain the many demanding characteristics associated with Sabo's style--her love for intricate articulations and groups of small ornamental notes, sustained notes within the hand, command of the entire keyboard and tricky rhythmic patterns and hand coordinations.

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