soli


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soli

(ˈsəʊlɪ)
adj, adv
(Classical Music) music (of a piece or passage) to be performed by or with soloists. Compare tutti
[plural of solo]
References in classic literature ?
676: But Hesiod says that Amphilochus was killed by Apollo at Soli.
Implementing agency : Kopalnia Soli "Wieliczka" Splka Akcyjna
Birth tourism, in this representation, is made possible by jus soli birthright citizenship laws.
Just when Soli thinks she might make it in America, she gets caught and put in immigration detention with a likely outcome of deportation back to Mexico.
So, I guess I have to say welcome home to Traci and welcome back to Soli.
Our hands are very fast and precise instruments, but we're still not able to capture this sensitivity and accuracy in our current user interfaces," explains Ivan Poupyrev, Project Soli technical project lead.
Repeated descriptions of Lucy as "light" and Soli as "dark" do not sufficiently differentiate between the two girls.
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I think the LG should consider the views of former attorney general Soli Sorabjee that the 2002 diktat of the Home Ministry is unconstitutional.
With the excavations still yet to be completed, many artifacts from Soli Pompeiopolis are expected to attract as many visitors as the ancient city of Ephesus in yzmir province.
The soli (two soprani, tenor, haute-contre, bass) all have solos that describe the Latin text in an emotional or dramatic fashion but it is the entire choir that creates much of the magnificence of this work, as it moves in waves ever higher as the piece progresses.
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