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duplet

(ˈdjuːplɪt)
n
1. (Chemistry) a pair of electrons shared between two atoms in a covalent bond
2. (Music, other) music a group of two notes played in the time of three
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The contractor (an) is to build 83 superconducting quadrupole duplet modules (qdm) and 12 units of the so-called missing dipole modules (mdp) for operation in the sis 100 particle accelerator, Which is part of the international fair project is.
Then release energy gently on the duplet "keep," which prepares the word "silence," taking care to pronounce its final syllable correctly, with a tinge of the vowel that is printed in the text (Example 3).
The molded PlastiComp Duplet semi-skeletal stock assembly reduces weight while the pass-through grip and glass-reinforced nylon safety wings keep the shooter's foregrip hand safely below the string path.
After discussing the case in multi-disciplinary board patient was started on palliative duplet chemotherapy based on cisplatin and irinotecan.
Level 4 (18 etudes) emphasizes and requires dynamic control in all registers, particularly up top, a rhythmic feeling for suddenly occurring triplets in a duplet context, and good air support for slurs.
13) The manuscript of Barcarolle in turn notates the vocal rhythm more clearly than printed sources, by using dotted rather than tied notation to distinguish duplet from triplet patterns (mm.
This can be formalized by defining a document as a duplet D={[C.
9 kDa protein and decreasing intensity of the protein duplet in the region 33 kDa were confirmed.
The globalization-metropolization duplet is the engine behind the great transformations of the modern world.
Although there are duplet patterns in the CSM, they are comparatively rare, and also of a particular cast (see TEOC, 51-52).
The researcher perceived the words as a chanting rhythm: "Dega dega zvangu (Give us ours) [three duplet pairs].
With regard to the duplet (or the 2 of the 3:2 rhythmic pattern), as stressed by the chest, this two-part sequence involves a forward and backward motion.