decrescendo


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(music) a gradual decrease in loudness

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grow quieter

gradually decreasing in volume

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The new study showed that swelling crescendos appear to induce moderate arousal while decrescendos induce relaxation.
Observase que as probabilidades de melhores rendimentos foram encontradas na semeadura em 1/10, mas com baixa probabilidade de ocorrencia dessas produtividades, decrescendo a medida que a semeadura foi realizada em periodos mais tardios.
Mild temporal wasting, absence of oral thrush, poor dentition, positive jugular venous distention, bilateral crackles in the lungs, a decrescendo diastolic murmur in the left sternal border, "water hammer" pulses, and clubbing of the digits were found.
Public-address announcer Lawrence Tanter called his name for the last time this season, but instead of his usual bellow of ``Ohhh-Neallll,'' Tanter instead tapered off, in a decrescendo that oozed finality.
Si puo dunque sostenere che il memoriale e un'opera in crescendo quando la fase delle sequenze volte allo sviluppo letterario arriva al suo acme e in decrescendo quando la materia evocativa giunge al suo epilogo, non ricevendo impulsi dalla fonte ispiratrice della memoria e non trovando soluzione di continuita.
On cardiac examination he was found with a II/VI blowing decrescendo diastolic murmur and a III/VI mid-systolic murmur.
For John Randolph, anything following 1776 was decrescendo.
To digress a moment, opera queens--gay or straight--see opera as a sport with each aria an obstacle course for the singer: Can she handle the trill, will he go sharp on the high note, will she negotiate the two-octave drop, can he decrescendo on the high B-flat?
A decrescendo diastolic murmur was maximal in the third left intercostal space.
40), and the fashionable correlation between crescendo and accelerando, and decrescendo and ritenuto, both previously discussed in great detail (see pp.
Patients with GSE, including those with normal villi in their biopsy specimen, lack the normal decrescendo pattern as a result of increased density of IELs in the distal tips of the villi, thus causing a diffuse infiltration of the villous epithelium.
The heart murmur systolic ejection second left interspace and heart murmur diastolic decrescendo second left interspace.
A terceira fase foi caracterizada por valores de IAF maximos (35 a 45 DAE) e a ultima fase caracterizada por decrescimo nos valores do IAF, com inicio aos 45 DAE, e permaneceu decrescendo ate o final do ciclo da cultura.