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tardo

(ˈtɑːdəʊ) music
adj
(Classical Music) (of a piece of music) to be played slowly
adv
(Classical Music) slowly
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The deliberate beheading of the Governor of Delhi, Tardi Beg Khan, was the point where Akbar decided to strip Bairam of most of his powers.
Che si trattasse di un sottogenere degno d'interesse anche commerciale e testimoniato dal fatto che vi si impegnasse l'editoria nazionale, come nel caso di Vallardi (per la Guida sudamericana di Giuliano Corniani, 1887) e l'Istituto Geografico De Agostini (per la vivace Guida della provincia di Buenos Aires del geografo Bernardino Frescura, 1902, autore del resto alcuni anni piu tardi di un altro Sull'Oceano: siamo in una terra di mezzo editoriale fra letteratura di viaggio e sociologia d'intrattenimento).
Dopo questo intervento, Roth si defila dal dibattito attorno al proprio libro, intervenendo solo piu tardi e in maniera sporadica, rispondendo alie critiche di specifici detrattori.
In another essay likewise focusing on comics, "Specters of Media: Jacques Tardi's Graphic Reanimation of the War of The Trenches," Katherine Kelp-Stebbins offers a far sterner analysis of comics of war and horror, one better familiarized with comics criticism.
Christin also works in collaboration with other artists such as Tardi and Bilal and writes novels and film scripts.
Adapted from the series by Tardi, another BD big-hitter, it was a League of Extraordinary Gentleman -style alt-history spree through 1912 Paris, with a woman - Louise Bourgoin - for once in the role of gallant archaeologist.
(13) Il numero speciale di Modern Italy curato da David Forgacs e Rachele Tardi contiene un'utile introduzione allo stato dei disabili in Italia e al dibattito critico che si e formato intorno a loro.
Tardi, chief financial officer at Bahra Cables, who gave a presentation on "Trade finance for SMEs: A must for regional trade growth." At the outset, Tardi said SMEs, including microenterprises, play an important role as a cornerstone in fostering growth, employment and income generation in most economies.
Inspired by the steampunkesque graphic novel by Jacques Tardi, this female-driven adventure story takes place in a world without electricity.