whole rest


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a musical rest equal in duration to four beats in common time

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Watson said: "The first few games I was okay and then as soon I got broken in that first set she stayed playing well the whole rest of the match and I didn't play very well.
Watson (pictured below) said: "The first few games I was okay and then as soon I got broken in that first set she stayed playing well the whole rest of the match and I didn't play very well.
It's easier for me to get to north Newcastle and Sunderland via public transport than it is to get to the whole rest of Gateshead.
So then I was by myself for the whole rest of the marathon.
I believe the attitude of people who really love 'Twilight' movies toward this subject is very similar to the pomposity with which the Academy Awards addresses the whole rest of the world.
I believe the attitude of people who really love Twilight movies toward this subject is very similar to the pomposity with which the Academy Awards addresses the whole rest of the world.
The things I said began to appear in "The Talk of the Town"--George would say we went somewhere "with our sassy black friend Jamaica Kincaid," and the whole rest of it would be something I had said.
I think that's for the big boys in France, if not the whole rest of Europe.
To update the cliche, when the United States (or China or the euro-zone) sneezes, the whole rest of the world now catches pneumonia.
Them driving along in that car singing that hymn to one another, with the whole rest of their lives ahead of them--oh
Hmm, could it be the car actually did crash at the beginning, killing everyone and making the whole rest of the film just a collective dream?
This refreshingly honest book provides welcome reassurance for every businesswoman who's ever wondered, "Is it me, or has the whole rest of the company gone nuts?
Similarly, Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's environment minister, declares: "If the Americans are going green, the whole rest of the world is going green.
U2 can't switch their dates because they would have to re-schedule the whole rest of the tour.