Violine


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Vi´o`line


n.1.(Chem.) A pale yellow amorphous substance of alkaloidal nature and emetic properties, said to have been extracted from the root and foliage of the violet (Viola).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Violine Legrand : Elle retrouve cette fois des conditions de courses plus interessantes que lors de sa derniere sortie ou elle tentera de realiser des prouesses sur une distance qui lui reussit bien.
Kammermusik mit Violine. Herausgegeben von = Edited by Peter Wollny.
Trio fur Violine, Horn (Viola oder Violoncello), und Klavier, op.
PIANO AND VIOLINE concert by Natasha Kislenko (Russia) and Chavdar Parashkevov (Bulgaria)
AVE MARIS STELLA (Hymnus B.M.V.) fur Sopran, Alt, Violine, Viola (da gamba) & B.
"For green eyes go purple, mauve tones like Regard Violine, blue eyes should try pinky brown tones such as Regard Praline Rose, brown eyes need to stick to green and gold tones such as Regard Rayon Vert and anyone with hazel eyes should try Regard Ambre."
They're accompanied by organ, violine, and the long-necked, lutelike theorbo.
Chanel Super Curl Lengthening Mascara in Violine: This is a really gorgeous vivid purple that curls and lengthens at the same time.
"I suspect the key is in the relation between the way the four quadrants of each plate vibrate and how they interact with the air inside the violine."
"An Analysis and Discussion of Performance Practice Issues in Two Contemporary Compositions for Horn: Gyorgy Ligeti's Trio Fur Violine, Horn Und Klavier (1982) and Esa-Pekka Salonen's Concert Etude for Solo Horn (2000)." D.M.A.