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arvo

(ˈɑːvəʊ)
n
informal Austral afternoon
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The prize can also be handed out for artwork with spiritual content, the Arvo Part Center said.
The Beginning of the Arvo Part Centre, and the Development of the Archive
Companies House documents show that Sisu company Arvo Master Fund has an active charge secured against Ryton.
The findings of the study funded by NHS R&D, which were presented at ARVO, demonstrated the safety of the device and recommended it to be approved for large scale clinical trials.
It features Barry Guy's Buss, Orlando Gough's Birds on Fire and Arvo Part's Fratres.
Junto con los norteamericanos John Adams y Philip Glass, y sobe todo el polaco Henryk Gorecki, el estonio Arvo Part (Paide, 1935) figura entre los musicos mas valiosos e interesantes dentro de la mas bien desigual corriente contemporanea minimalista.
Arvo Part inspires an arduously steamy pas de deux, and Stravinsky robustly accelerates the pace.
The firm said that the results of the two clinical studies can be read as an e-poster on the ARVO 2011 website during and after the conference.
Estonian Arvo Part will spend part of his 75th birthday at the Vale of Glamorgan festival.
Including stars Arvo Part, Lang Lang and one of the most important orchestras of classical music, Vienna Philharmonic, the Festival will welcome over 500 local and foreign artists in its 38th year and will announce the arrival of summer with a prestigious programme.
BARRE Arvo Isaac Nurmi, 87, long-time resident of Barre, died Wednesday, March 4, 2010 at St.
Arvo Eek was born on October 13, 1937 in Parnu, a city on the southwestern coast of Estonia.