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Synonyms for rondeau

a musical form that is often the last movement of a sonata

a French verse form of 10 or 13 lines running on two rhymes

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Rondeau was most recently at Nationwide Private Client where she served as senior vice president of national distribution, sales, marketing, underwriting and risk solutions.
We just brought [our product] for display, and we wound up selling most of it on the last day," said Rondeau, owner of On Duty Equipment.
Rondeau that night, a woman he had known since he was 16 and whose sister he had once dated.
They were taking a need that the kids had identified--which was homelessness --and adding a STEM component," says Rondeau of the Johns Hopkins engineers who worked on the project.
It is curious that Hoppin also includes a double bar only in this particular rondeau.
It's not necessarily the first problem (people contact us with), although it is something we can quickly evaluate," Rondeau says.
One contender who should be well worth having on your side at Brighton today is Rondeau.
enjoyed the article "Secret Scratchings" (February 2011 issue) about Noah John Rondeau, the hermit of Cold River.
This is a symbolic voyage, an endeavour that is both political and literary, to celebrate on both shores of the Inner Sea the ideas, words and figures that bring us together," explained Daniel Rondeau, author and French ambassador to Malta.
When Noah John Rondeau retreated to Cold River City to spend 1946 in solitude, he wrote his journal for the year entirely in code.
Rondeau (Institute for Defense Analyses' Center for Communications Research at Princeton) and Bostian (electrical and computer engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.
Mr Rondeau is being treated for depression and rarely leaves his bedroom in Paignton, South Devon.
For instance, when discussing an anonymous rondeau from Carpentras 375 that answers two poems by Charles d'Orleans, Taylor observes that:
Allegations of corruption in a public-works program to provide rural areas with electricity forced Mines and Energy Minister Silas Rondeau to step down, although he denied any wrongdoing.
RONDEAU, a freelance writer who lives in North Adams, Massachusetts.