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Synonyms for DC

an electric current that flows in one direction steadily

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Neither, however, essayed the kind of fireworks that might have made the da capo repeats tolerable.
Boston: Da Capo Press, $16.99, http://dacapopress.com, (800) 343-4499
Da Capo is the place people either rave about and recommend to their friends or have no clue where it is - and I fell into the latter category.
da Capo Brass; Luke Boudreault, Steve Sutton, trumpets; Mary Pritchett Boudreault, horn; Paul Pietrowski, trombone; Brent Harvey, tuba.
Starring Rene Fleming and Andreas Scholl, Rodelinda is a showcase for baroque virtuosity in a series of luxuriant da capo arias.
Catherine Whitney; SOLDIERS ONCE: MY BROTHER AND THE LOST DREAMS OF AMERICAS VETERANS; Da Capo Press (Special Note) $0.00 ISBN: 9780306817885
The Compassionate Carnivore, subtitled Or, How to Keep Animals Happy, Save Old MacDonald's Farm, Reduce Your Hoofprint, and Still Eat Meat (Da Capo Press, $24), written by well-grounded dreamer Catherine Friend, is a convincing book exhorting consumers to think about what their food represents.
In this study, first published in the US by Da Capo Press, the author adopts something of a 'you were there' approach.
Da Capo Press, 2007, 354 p., b&w plates, hardcover, $26.00.
Allen Ginsberg's The Book of Martyrdom and Artifice: First Journals and Poems 1937-1952 (Da Capo) is so candid that he insisted it be published after his death.
Foner, Foreword by Clayborne Carson Da Capo Press (reprint; 2nd edition) August 2002, $17.50, ISBN 0-306-81201-0
Da capo al fine: That Halloween cape looks really dandy!
2: 296-7) published my critical review of the 1973 Da Capo Press reprint, with a new introduction by Imogene Horsley, of the 1799 edition of A.