three-four time

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three-four time

n
(Music, other) music a form of simple triple time in which there are three crotchet beats to the bar, indicated by the time signature . Often shortened to: three-four Also called (esp US and Canadian): three-quarter time
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Despite Australia's dominance, Monaghan's Conor McManus booted his fourth over to reduce Ireland's deficit to seven points at three-quarter time.
In a game of extraordinary ebbs and flows, there were eight lead changes to three-quarter time and 10 for the match before Geelong eventually took a stranglehold on just seconds before the final siren.
Norfolk rallied strongly in the third and narrowed the gap to a single goal at one stage, but Grangetown responded well to extend their advantage to six at three-quarter time.
Back came Wales and they reduced the deficit to two at three-quarter time to 45-43, but the England attack looked nerveless as they took full advantage in the final quarter to see out the victory.
18, 2013): Three-quarter time employees of the River Road Park and Recreation District in Eugene can contribute to a retirement account, but the district does not make a contribution equal to 10 percent of their salary.
In fact, one of the most delightful numbers in the Gene Kelly musical: "An American in Paris" is the waltz sequence played out in a modest Paris cafe, where Kelly and the tenor Georges Guetary decide (in three-quarter time, of course) that if you want a melody sweeping through the house, then the melody "has to be by Strauss".
Everything was about footy round there and I used to run over at three-quarter time and stand at the back of the Kop on match days.
The wind blows three-quarter time, one note for past, one present, and once for rhythm.
For the third quarter Leeds Carnegie decided to push the down the accelerator leaving a hapless Celtic Dragon team a further seven goals behind and down 36-19 at three-quarter time.
They led by 76 points at three-quarter time and the final margin flattered the Saints.
Current law allows them only for those attending at least three-quarter time.