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CLE

ISO 4217 code for the Chilean escudo. It was introduced in 1960, replacing the old peso in a bid to control inflation. However, it was subject to high inflation as well and was replaced by the Chilean peso in 1975.
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Tenor voice: When written in treble clef, the tenor voice always sounds an octave lower, but it sounds as written in treble-tenor clef.
If your phone gets lost or stolen, you can log into your Clef account on the web (using the same PIN) and deactivate the Clef app remotely, so it can't be used by someone pretending to be you.
Several women who were members of the women's choir mentioned the treble clef ensemble as a place where they were comfortable and felt like they were part of a cohesive community.
The Tartan Clefs, which honour Scotland's music stars, also saw 80s rockers Big Country pick up the Pride of Scotland Award - as the tenth anniversary of guitarist Stuart Adamson's death approaches.
Proust, c'est l' entree massive, audacieuse de l' auteur, du sujet ecrivant, comme biographologue, dans la litterature; 1'oeuvre qui ne releve pas du genre biographique (Journal, Memoires), est entierement tissue de lui, de ses lieux, de ses amis, de sa famille; a la lettre, il n'y a que cela dans son roman--malgre tous les alibis theoriques: condensations, absence de clefs, etc.
When the treble and bass clefs are combined, it is called a grand staff.
Jazzy group Jamiroquai joined such pop luminaries as The Who, Eric Clapton and Dire Straits as winners of the overall Silver Clef prize.
Charpentier calls for three soloists in H225, an haute-contre (high tenor, originally notated in the C3 clef), a taille (tenor) and a basse (bass).
roman a clefplural romans a clef French, literally, novel with a key
"I am thrilled with my new home" said, John De Clef Pineiro, a New York real estate attorney, who had visited the property several times in the month before the auction.
GET's debt is structurally subordinated to the project-finance type debt in place at CLEF. There are strong structural protections under CLEF's issuer-borrower structure, including lock-up provisions potentially triggering cash sweep and additional indebtedness clauses subject to ratings tests, which limits debt push down.
The work never shifts out of the bass clef, though, a potentially helpful feature for trombonists who may not be comfortable reading in the tenor clef.