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arvo

(ˈɑːvəʊ)
n
informal Austral afternoon
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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.
In that season the interest payments to "investors" including ARVO were PS1.
Oxford BioMedica's collaborators at Oregon Health & Science University's Casey Eye Institute, Portland, Oregon submitted a video to ARVO which featured a patient who has been treated with UshStat[sup.
World renowned Estonian composer Arvo Part will visit South Wales for the Vale of Glamorgan festival
The Lifetime Achievement Award of the Festival is presented to Arvo Part.
Born January 27, 1923 in Ilmajoki, Finland, to William and Aili Nupuli (Nurmi), Arvo was the twin of the late Lahja Nurmi Tuning (d.
Arvo Eek was born on October 13, 1937 in Parnu, a city on the southwestern coast of Estonia.
Some have erudite titles - On Arvo Part: Lamentate in the context of his oeuvre, for example; others are wonderfully neo-hippy - Editions of Contemporary Me springs to mind.
Ruins of Beverast, Loss, Thralldom, Malign, Arvo Part, SVEST, Sigurblot, and soundtracks by Cliff Martinez.
In addition, Adams has reached out to Europe, giving ample attention to the works of Dutch composer Louis Andreissen and Estonian composer Arvo Part, who is often described (along with John Tavener and Henryk Gorecki) as a ``holy'' or ``spiritual'' Minimalist.
Most American listeners were first exposed to the work of Estonian composer Arvo Part when the ECM label released a collection of his compositions under the title Tabula Rasa (817 764-2, 1984).