tenor


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the thread or current of thought uniting or occurring in all the elements of a text or discourse

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

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the adult male singing voice above baritone

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the pitch range of the highest male voice

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an adult male with a tenor voice

a settled or prevailing or habitual course of a person's life

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the general meaning or substance of an utterance

(of a musical instrument) intermediate between alto and baritone or bass

of or close in range to the highest natural adult male voice

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Guinigundo remarked previously that liquidity has gradually returned to the market and offering additional tenors will ensure "appropriate level of domestic liquidity and price stability.
At the same time, there's much liquidity because they removed the 28-day [tenor] under the term deposit facility [of the BSP] so there's a huge appetite for short tenor maturities,' she quickly added.
Despite limiting the current tenor of the TDF to the shorter-dated seven days, Guinigundo said the BSP auction committee continues to consult with the banks on the introduction of an additional tenor.
The ten Russian tenors, who have performed as part of the Ayia Napa Festival and at the Tracasol Cultural Centre in Limassol, each has his own solo career and has performed on some of the most prestigious stages in the world, and since 2006 they have shared such stages together, giving around 120 concerts a year.
Michael Manikus, a long-time member of The Ten Tenors, has said, "So many people, particularly men, turn up to a show, having been dragged by their wives, arms folded, thinking they're going to watch us croon to the ladies and serve up yet another watery classical-crossover show.
Tenor Euzbek adds that this hymn would be dedicated to Selahattin yE*li Hoca in memory of the work he did composing this hymn in a classical Turkish style.
Open section: 1 Jim Tew - eb bass, VBS Poynton; 2 Alex Crisp - tenor horn, Clifton & Lightcliffe; 3 Charlotte Ankers - flugel, Flixton.
Tracking cleverly inside Dalcash Blaze at the first bend, El Tenor torpedoed down the back-straight in pursuit of Knockeevan Fox and seized command off the last.
A year after releasing their first hit album, the Canadian Tenors are delivering "The Perfect Gift," a compilation of traditional and contemporary holiday music.
As opera evolved and the popularity of the castrati increased, the role of the tenor was diminished.
His search for the roots of the Welsh tenor start back at his Nana's house in New Tredegar.
The Salam sukuk are issued on monthly basis for a three-month tenor, whereas the short-term Ijarah sukuk are issued every month for a six-month tenor.
In August, Early Music Vancouver, in association with Festival Vancouver, presented Rameau's Pygmalion starring tenor Lawrence Wiliford in the title role, with sopranos Suzie LeBlanc, Nathalie Paulin and Catherine Webster, alto Matthew White, baritone Tyler Duncan and tenor Colin Balzer.