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moto perpetuo

(ˈməʊtəʊ pəˈpɛtjʊəʊ)
n
(Classical Music) music a fast instrumental passage made up of notes of equal length
[Italian, literally: perpetual motion]
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A group of high-school students from Mostar, upon the request of the citizens' association ''Perpetuum mobile - Institute for the Development of Youth and Community'' Banja Luka, as part of the project ''Initiate the dialogue: Active youth for transparent parliaments'', will visit the Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina today.
Clarinet and quartet perform two sparkling Strauss transcriptions Fruhlingsstimmen ("Voices of Spring") and Perpetuum mobile as encores - a fine end to a fun concert.
The piece has also won many awards at the events, including Award of Distinction from the 8th edition of Edukino Film Festival in Poland, Mention Award from Rofife Short Film Festival, Best Animation Film from Wular Lake International Short Film Festival, and Special Award from Cinema Perpetuum Mobile ISFF.
Short of building a perpetuum mobile, the most energy-efficient process we know happens in the Sun here two atoms of hydrogen fuse together at extremely high pressures and temperatures to form helium, and releasing energy.
Cynthia Zaven's 2014 piece "Perpetuum Mobile," for instance, was conceptualized as a 12-channel sound installation.
Madame Butterfly and Perpetuum Mobile are performed on Friday and Saturday this week.
Perpetuum Mobile (25 kg), 2009, featuring a water bucket, water, an ultrasound generator, and concrete, subtly reveals the imperceptible interactions between the materials: Owing to humidity, the loose particles of cement that fill a cut-open paper bag placed next to the bucket slowly coagulate into a monolithic sculpture.
The theme developed by the 42nd edition of FILO is "The Perpetuum Mobile of innovation".
With charming titles like "Swingin'," "Borrowed Brahms," "Caduceus," "Popping," "Rummy," "Perpetuum Mobile," and "Lake Shore Limited," Chaltas's Ten Horn Duets are a fun collection of intermediate to advanced duos.
Mathematician Henrik Mkhitaryan, who states that he has invented a perpetuum mobile but the Government neglects his
Her topics include time series invariants under boundedness, hierarchical order, invariant measure: power laws, sustainable evolution in an ever-changing environment, and the Second Law as a ban on perpetuum mobile.