fugue


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Synonyms for fugue

dissociative disorder in which a person forgets who they are and leaves home to creates a new life

a dreamlike state of altered consciousness that may last for hours or days

a musical form consisting of a theme repeated a fifth above or a fourth below its first statement

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According to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)-107 system of classification, when the features of fugue are present in addition to the symptoms of dissociative amnesia (F 44.
Fugue Compositions, created using Ludwig, a modular, compiled language designed for declaring cloud infrastructure and policies as code.
Fugue (formerly Luminal) has closed a USD 20 million Series C financing round, led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the company said.
The Contrapuncti from Bach's Art of the Fugue appear on almost every brass quintet's repertoire list, so it is nice that the TBQ has looked a little deeper and found the Fugue in E[flat] Major, known as the St.
FUGUE IN B MINOR, DAS WOHLTEMPERIERTE CLAVIER, BOOK I, BWV 869(1)
Gosden, who has trained The Fugue at his Clarehaven base in Newmarket throughout her glittering career, revealed yesterday the five-year-old daughter of Dansili had injured herself when running a lacklustre sixth behind Mukhadram at Sandown in what was to be the final race of her globetrotting career.
But The Fugue (left) suffered damage to her leg in the Eclipse, and Buick said: "On her day, The Fugue was awesome.
The Fugue was sick after her 2013 Coral-Eclipse defeat.
I expect Mukhradam to be ridden more prominently than he was at Ascot when beaten more than four lengths by The Fugue.
Dubai: Two-time British champion jockey Richard Hughes is hoping to use previous knowledge of The Fugue to thwart her bid to win the Coral-Eclipse Stakes (G1) at Sandown Park in Surrey, England, on Saturday.
The first tones of the opening piece, Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, reveal that the organist heads for his objective in a manner different to that we may have expected.
He is 4-1 third favourite with the sponsors behind Prince Of Wales's Stakes winner The Fugue (9-4) and 2,000 Guineas hero Night Of Thunder (11-4).
DEFENDING champion The Fugue and Aidan O'Brien's interesting recruit Chicquita are among the 34 entries for the Darley Yorkshire Oaks on August 21.
JOHN GOSDEN admits it was a hard decision choosing which race to tackle on Dubai World Cup night with The Fugue.