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a musical instrument consisting of graduated steel plates that are struck by hammers activated by a keyboard

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The high profile participation of both Luis and Maria Celeste - two of the most noteworthy and influential figures in all of Hispanic television - underscores the Summit's position as the premiere industry conference of its kind.
One of Celeste's songs is a protest lullaby - a plea told from the perspective of parents in any war zone "where violence makes it impossible for them to raise their children well," Celeste says.
At the Victory, Celeste displays a believable fragility, and the desperation with which she clings to Ormeny's Dr.
peace group delegations in 1982, the year before Celeste was born.
Lydia Warrilow (second left), of the NSPCC, receives the bumper donation from Celeste Clarke, of Century PR, John Clarke (second right), also of Century PR, and Patric Cassidy, of the Cassidy Group.
Indeed, she realizes, "her love didn't have all that much to do with Celeste anyway.
Glenn A Sims, who performs the sexy duet with his wife, Linda Celeste Sims, says, "Without our life experience, it wouldn't come across that we have this quiet sensuality.
However, in her 124 extant letters to her father, Celeste also speaks, but in a different key and range, in a recessive subdominant signature.
In response to the continued popularity of turquoise-blue Vincennes and Sevres porcelain, Adrian Sassoon has recently published a new catalogue devoted to the highly sought-after bleu celeste pieces from these prestigious factories.
Celeste and six other women said they were ordained priests June 29 aboard a boat on the Danube River by Archbishop Romulo Antonio Braschi, an Argentine priest who founded the breakaway Catholic-Apostolic Charismatic Church of Jesus the King in 1970 (NCR, July 19).
Elissa Weaver) or to historical revisions, such as the now famous biography of Galileo's daughter by Darva Sobel, we have come to know a lot about Sister Maria Celeste.
Celeste Pope, an expert on alternative medicine, wrote this text after her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
Celeste was far too sweet a person--most of the time, anyway--for me ever to call her an idiot.
Celeste walks the clay red road to see her Oakland-California-sister - they have forty-five years to catch up on