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sax

 (săks)
n.
A saxophone.

sax

(sæks)
n
(Tools) a tool resembling a small axe, used for cutting roofing slate
[Old English seax knife; related to Old Saxon sahs, Old Norse sax]

sax

(sæks)
n
(Instruments) informal short for saxophone

sax

(sæks)

n.
a saxophone.
[by shortening]

Sax.

1. Saxon.
2. Saxony.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sax - a Belgian maker of musical instruments who invented the saxophone (1814-1894)Sax - a Belgian maker of musical instruments who invented the saxophone (1814-1894)
2.sax - a single-reed woodwind with a conical boresax - a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore
single-reed instrument, single-reed woodwind - a beating-reed instrument with a single reed (as a clarinet or saxophone)
Translations

sax

[sæks] Nsaxo m

sax

[ˈsæks] n (= saxophone) → saxo m
I play the sax → Je joue du saxo.

sax

n (inf: = saxophone) → Saxofon nt
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Sax criticizes Justice Brennan's reasoning for its question-begging merger of landmark regulation with more conventional forms of land use regulation (p.
"The shareholder, the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), has extended to SAX the necessary financial support thereby enabling the airline to resume operations in a sustainable manner and to deliver on its mandate as an important domestic and regional passenger and cargo carrier," it said.
In his 1946 memoir, which was published seven years after he was executed during the Nuremberg trials, "Frank claimed to have uncovered evidence in 1930 that Hitler's paternal grandfather was a Jewish man living in Graz, Austria, in the household where Hitler's grandmother was employed" and it was in 1836 that Hitler's grandmother Maria Anna Schicklgruber fell pregnant, Sax explained.
All four members of Sax Ecosse are graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.They formed the quartet in 2004 during their studies at the RCS where they won all of the major chamber music prizes including the Governor's Recital Prize and the Mary D Adams Prize for Chamber Music.
It was through sax I travelled to the United States, went to school, got married, got citizenship and achieved great things in life.
Sartor will now lead Sax's Valuation, Forensic and Litigation Practice as partner-in-charge.
The South are: Alison Wheeler (vocals), Gaz Birtles (vocals), Phil Barton (guitars), Steve Nutter (bass), Dave Anderson (drums), Karl Brown (percussion), Gareth John (trumpet), Su Robinson (sax), and Andy Price (keys).
"We also wanted to address the needs of gamers with disabilities, which led to the inspiration for the configurable Sax buttons, conveniently located close to the bumpers, triggers, and face buttons."
Angela Sax joined the EBRD Resident Office in Armenia in May 2006 where she has worked on a variety of projects in municipal infrastructure, property, manufacturing, agriculture and other industries.
A Being part of an hour long Later with Jools Holland programme with The Beautiful South and meeting and playing sax for Sam Moore of Sam and Dave fame as well as playing in front of the Grimethorpe Colliery Band and the London Gospel Community Choir also on the show.
The quintet, created in September 2017 by saxophone professor George Krasidis, consists of students and collaborators of the Arte Music Academy in Nicosia (George Krasidis -- soprano/tenor sax, Achilleas Tomasidis -- alto/tenor sax, Nicholas Georgiou -- alto sax, Simos Tziakouris -- tenor sax, Aris Kyriakides -- baritone sax).