decrescendo


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(music) a gradual decrease in loudness

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grow quieter

gradually decreasing in volume

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Ming Cheh Ou et al talks about two front-end studies conducted between 2006 and 2011 for experimental analysis of Ou MC Decrescendo Phenomenon.
Na Tabela 4, que corresponde ao caso onde [alfa] e fixado em 0,8, as prestacoes sao crescentes ate a epoca 5, com [p.sub.5] = [p.sub.6], decrescendo a seguir; o que e ilustrado na Figura 2.
Dessa maneira, os valores das curvas de [F.sub.w] foram crescentes dos 14 aos 28 DAT, quando atingiram os maximos de 0,80g x [g.sup.-1] para o tratamento planta enxertada e 0,93g x [g.sup.-1] para pe-franco, decrescendo ate o final do ciclo (Figura 4b).
The piece opened with a flourish and closed with a long decrescendo to nothingness, sensationally well sung by the choir, but in between, Messages existed on its own astral plane.
O Reator 2 nao recebeu inoculo e, uma vez que a carga organica era insuficiente para o Reator 1, nao foi verificada formacao de manta de lodo durante o monitoramento deste reator, a concentracao inicial de SVT foi de 5,09 kg [m.sup.-3] decrescendo para 3,16 kg [m.sup.-3] ao final da pesquisa.
Fato esse que corrobora com estudos encontrados na literatura que mostram que a desnutricao esta decrescendo e o excesso de peso e a obesidade aumentando no Brasil (IBGE, 2009).
Aortic regurgitation is a blowing, decrescendo diastolic murmur heard best at the third left intercostal space, radiating to the left sternal border (Cable, 1997).
Normal distribution of IELs along the villi shows a characteristic decrease from the base of the villus toward the villous tip and resembles the musical "decrescendo" sign.
"Yes," he said, "around the days of the waxing to the full moon and waning to a sliver." A crescendo and decrescendo of prayer.
he broke." In music, this tapering off is called a decrescendo. The opposite approach--a crescendo in the last word or two--is yet another possibility.
The heart murmur systolic ejection second left interspace and heart murmur diastolic decrescendo second left interspace.