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a thin layer or stratum of (especially metamorphic) rock

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In 2001, Folia asked Shogren and ARS chemical engineer J.
It is a new work for marimba and strings by Karl Jenkins based on the La Folia variations by Corelli.
Other major tenants at Harrison Executive Park include Folia, Westchester Medical Group and D'Arcangelo & Company LLP.
PostPleniglacial repeopling of the Hungarian Plain, Folia Quaternaria 70: 297-315.
Nevertheless, the highlight for me was the "La Folia Variations" by seventeenth-century composers Marin Marais and Arcangelo Corelli, a set noted for its charm and precision.
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They'll welcome all sorts of bands over the period, including Picture House, Groupo Folia, Cafe Orchestra, Bass Odyssey and Watercress.
The Folia was a somewhat frantic Portuguese dance, or musical form in three-time, which dates from the late fifteenth century.
See the present reviewer's "A Survey of Scholarship on Ostrogothic Italy," Classical Folia, 25 [1971]).
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Their party piece - Vivaldi's trio sonata La Folia arranged as an increasingly frenetic dancing concerto grosso by Sorrell - energetically rounded off a hugely enjoyable concert
Folia Microbiol Bacterial aerobic degradation of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene.
Harlequin Folia wallpapers, from PS39 a roll, also have interesting designs and colour combinations (Call 0845 123 6805/ or go to www.
A small, high calibre instrumental group assembled by the violinist Kenneth Mitchell made its mark throughout, not least in the violin obbiligatos of the Mozart and in a sizzling account of Vivaldi's La Folia, taken at a heck of a lick.