hexad


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Synonyms for hexad

the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

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Second, given her title, she misses the importance that Burke placed on attitude, especially in his shift from the pentad to the hexad (where he formally recognized its role).
2-] ion in the apatite lattice: one on the hexad axis at the [OH.
When he made the decision to set back the terminus to 60/59, he reduced the final hexad to a group of only four books.
The coexistence is of major and minor - of Partch's hexadic Otonalities and Utonalities - in that if one tunes Utonality hexads downward from all six tones of the 1/1-Otonality hexad, all the remaining Otonality hexads appear in the process, without needing any independent generative mechanism.
THE pianist Stan Tracey is now into his 80s but shows no sign of dexterity diminishing, or wit withering, and he will be playing at the CBSO Centre tomorrow night with his Hexad band, launching the autumn season of Birmingham Jazz.
The Stan Tracey Hexad is at the CBSO Centre in Berkeley Street from 8pm.
Venerable pianist Stan Tracey will be active throughout the weekend, leading his six-piece Hexad tomorrow night then playing a duet with saxophonist Bobby Wellins on Sunday at 5.
On Friday he leads his Big Band in the atmospheric surroundings of the Market Hall, on Saturday Stan Tracey's HEXAD plays the Theatr Brycheiniog, and on Sunday Stan and long-time associate Bobby Wellins play a purely acoustic piano and saxophone duo set in Brecon Cathedral.
The crucial number was Devil's Acre, which revived the old Hexad format from the 1980s.