ditone


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ditone

(ˈdaɪˌtəʊn)
n
(in music) an interval of two tones
Translations
ditono
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Le fa go ntse jalo, balemi ba Kgatleng ba ganeletse thata mo mmiding ka go supagetse fa ofisi ya balemi ya Kgatleng e ne e filwe ditone tse 61 tsa mmidi mme di ne tsa tsewa tsotlhe ke balemi mme di lemilwe mo ditemeng di le 1 073.
LYNDON WILD has been appointed as managing director of leading packaging manufacturers Harlands Labels and Ditone Labels 01482 785300 With an extensive career in the packaging industry, Mr Wild joins from plastic packaging provider Jaycare, where he worked for nine years as commercial director, before a short interim role at Bespak.
Ditone Labels, part of Clondalkin's specialist packaging division, has won an order to produce 20 million Braille labels over the next two years for Aspar, a manufacturer of analgesic products.
More seriously, Varro would be conflating the mathematically incompatible doctrines of Aristoxenus, who conceived musical intervals as distances and divided the tone into two equal semitones, and Pythagoras, for whom they are ratios and the [Greek Text Omitted] (as later writers called it) of ditone to fourth is less than half a tone.
With news that consumption of organic produce is set to rise by 20 per cent every year until 2010, Rachel's Organic is expanding its product range by adding a selection of probiotic organic Luscious Low Fat drinking yoghurts and they have enlisted Ditone Labels to help with their packaging solutions.
Harlands Labels therefore joined Boxes Prestige, Boxes GH and Ditone Labels in the UK.
based in Leeds and a new customer to Boxes GH and Ditone, two leading divisions of The Boxes Group.
In the UK it owns Boxes Prestige, Boxes GH and Ditone Labels.
Colman O'Neill, financial director, says all operations contributed to profitability, but the group's UK cartons and labels businesses had performed particularly well, especially The Boxes Group and Ditone Labels.