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ALLTTOAllegretto (music; fast, lightly, cheerful)
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Seattle's Minimum Wage Experience, 2015-16," by Michael Reich, Sylvia Allegretto, and Anna Godoey.
On the other hand, there are no longterm studies that have investigated the results of this surgery using the Allegretto Wave Eye-Q 400-Hz excimer laser platform (Wave-Light AG, Erlangen, Germany).
Allegretto, from Ditton Fields, Cambridge, was fined PS400 by city magistrates.
Saga of title instrument's journey from Alaskan lumber yard to concert limelight plays allegretto to average moviegoers and keyboard aesthetes alike, yet with a detailed, deliberate approach to its subject that portends numerous small-screen and DVD recitals.
Allegretto was halved in odds by Coral for the Gold Cup at Ascot next month after staying on best of all in the WBX.
TITLE chasing Ryan Moore kept up the pressure as he landed the Lancashire Oaks for Sir Michael Stoute on 13-2 chance Allegretto.
Not so says a recent study by Allegretto, Corcoran, and Mishel, who find that "teachers earn significantly less than comparable workers, and this wage disadvantage has grown considerably over the last 10 years.
It is widely acknowledged that many low-paying jobs are unstable and unsupportive (Mishel, Bernstein, and Allegretto, 2005).
Developed by German engineers, the Allegretto Wave system maintains the natural shape of patients' corneas, resulting in sharper vision both in daylight and dim conditions.
Lawrence Mishel, Jared Bernstein, and Sylvia Allegretto
Marked allegretto scherzando, in the key of A minor, this piece has a lively, playful spirit.
His chapter on tempo begins with the argument that in Vienna "at the beginning of Beethoven's career, terms like Allegro, Allegretto and Andante were taken as more or less precise determinations of speed--as, we might say, proto-metronome marks before the metronome was invented" (p.