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muti

(ˈmʊtɪ)
n
(Complementary Medicine) informal South African medicine, esp herbal medicine
[from Zulu umuthi tree, medicine]

Muti

(ˈmʊtɪ)
n
(Biography) Riccardo (rɪˈkɑːdəʊ). born 1941, Italian conductor: musical director of Philharmonia Orchestra, London (1979–82), Philadelphia Orchestra (1980–92), and La Scala, Milan (1986–2005)
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Muti said in a statement that he has "deep respect and affection" for CSO musicians and the relationship is "growing stronger each year.
Riccardo Muti has been working with Wiener Philharmoniker since 1971, an orchestra he knows very well, with which he already conducted 500 concerts.
Muti and Dobra pleaded guilty to all offences and Muti also pleaded guilty to not having a scrap metal dealer's licence.
When you do something with maestro Muti, after you will remember very well the score,'' Salsi said.
Across the world of music, Italian maestro Riccardo Muti has been conducting some of the world's greatest orchestras, from the Berlin Philharmonic to the Bayerischer Rundfunk, and the New York Philharmonic to the Orchestre National de France.
With eight years of experience in the homebuilding and real estate industry, Muti joined the Ashton Woods Homes Raleigh division as community sales manager in May 2012.
All that remains to be done is some improvement to the junction hub to improve the traffic flow to and from the island," Taysir Al Muti, head of infrastructure sites supervision, Middle East and India, Atkins, tells CW during a site visit to Al Maryah Island.
Muti, 69, who is currently music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was recognised "for his extraordinary contributions in opera and concert".
AFTERMATH The damaged caused by the collapse CLOSE SHAVE Tapi Muti from Arthur's Hill, in Newcastle, pictured with her son Olu in the room where the ceiling collapsed
KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife's Steve McKean, who studies the decline of vultures due to muti magic, said: "Our research suggests the killing of vultures for so-called 'traditional' use could render the Cape vulture extinct in some parts of South Africa within half a century.
The freedom fighters of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) had shot down another spy vehicle in Muti, Guindolongan, Maguindanao on June 9," Luwaran reported.
The witchdoctors claim their muti, or medicine, can cure tuberculosis, pneumonia, even Aids.