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CHORDCentre for the History of Retailing and Distribution (est. 1998; University of Wolverhampton; UK)
CHORDCentocor Health Outcomes in Rheumatic Diseases (research fellowship program)
CHORDCitizens and Home Owners for Reasonable Development
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"Those chords give the fifth and the octave," said Mr.
Alexander, still standing at the end of the river span, saw the lower chord of the cantilever arm give a little, like an elbow bending.
You say that you believe the lower chords are showing strain, and that even the workmen have been talking about it, and yet you've gone on adding weight."
Guppy's perplexing way with boastful misery to tempt his particular friends into this subject, and the moment they touch it, to turn on them with that trenchant severity about the chords in the human mind, both Mr.
Guppy explaining that he would terminate his little entertainment by standing treat at the play but that there are chords in the human mind which would render it a hollow mockery.
He gave his blessing, and then, while the solemn chords again issued from the harmonium behind the curtain, the different people began scraping and fumbling and moving very awkwardly and consciously towards the door.
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Compared to similar texts, this fits into its own niche by focusing on creating accompaniments to written melodies as well as chord reading.
For example, in the discussion of augmented sixth chords, Bengtson provides a very helpful music example showing the diatonic evolution of this chord (p.
The 28-year-old actress has moved on from Chord in a big way after she was photographed kissing tech CEO Brendan Wallace, while on a trip to Mexico.
Now there is a minor chord, creating the ii7--v7--i7 progression, one of the most common progressions in Jazz Literature.
The researchers asked 40 musicians to listen to a series of chord progressions interspersed with two types of chord variations: one from the same functional class (say, a similar chord with its notes inverted), and one from outside the class (say, a major chord juxtaposed against a minor chord).