The beauty of its prose lingers, a grace note
amidst the heartbreaking realization that, often, "it's hard to know how guilty you are.
She always found the grace note
that would make something work in a script," Burns says.
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Raspberries add their light and flirty grace note
in second place.
A bumpy road that just about earns its grace note
Nick caught a whiff of nutmeg and spices, with a grace note
of urine from the group of men nearby with the blue hands and aprons of dyers.
Four and a half centuries later, this arduous and unlikely trek inspired Portuguese Nobel laureate Jose Saramago to write his most optimistic, playful, humorous and magical book, a grace note
written near the end of his life.
always rises with a bright fish in its beak, dangling a grace note
Debussy's own family, which descends from the great French champion Pearl Cap, the first filly to win the Arc in 1947 after victories in the French 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, is enjoying a hot streak due to leading Japanese filly Red Desire, a greatgranddaughter of Debussy's second dam Grace Note
23) It's impossible to hold a grace note
if it's to remain a grace note
101--a sixteenth grace note
preceding a dotted quarter note in a measure of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] time--should be "performed as a quarter note with the following dotted quarter note performed as an eighth note.
In a coda near the end of his book, O'Brien summons up a grace note
to impart the symbiotic relationship between musician and listener, evoking both the lasting power of a remembered song and the audience's crucial role in shaping the music that flows around it.