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vite

(viːt) music
adj
(Classical Music) (of a piece of music) to be played in a quickened manner
adv
(Classical Music) in a quickened manner
References in classic literature ?
Mais, monsieur--je ne sais pas suivre--vous allez si vite.
L'Arabie saoudite ne veut pas acquerir la bombe atomique mais il ne fait aucun doute que si l'Iran en mettait une au point, nous suivrions aussi vite que possible ", a dit le prince heritier saoudien.
Toppan Vite said the acquisition expands the Toppan Vite global footprint and doubles its size.
Charles Hope continues to interrogate Vasari's authorial enterprise, contributing "Vasari's Vite as a Collaborative Project.
Toppan Vite was looking for high-quality office space for a new business it will be launching in Manhatten," said Doyle.
The vite maritata drawings, on the other hand, are an organic manifestation of the New York artist's connection to her adopted Tuscan home of Ulivello.
Marked Tres Vite, the piano sets the scene with "tuning" fifths, punctuated by the first vocal phrase on "Dansons la gigue," that lead into a typical rhythmic jig tune, which the voice joins in an extended version of the introductory tune.
Judges decided Caf Vite was streets ahead in its efforts to reduce the impact of its operation on the environment.
Earlier Wayne Smith had to extra every ounce of energy from Vite Royale to see off a two-pronged challenge from the Kieren Fallon ridden Seraphim Du Paon and Gerald Avranche's Nieshan in a nail-biting finish.
ome towns even repeat their names twice, like Wagga Wagga, Bong Bong, Grong Grong, Walla Walla and Goonoo Goonoo all in NSW, Bubble Bubble Springs in the Northern Territory, and Vite Vite in Victoria.
Lucente, from the Luce della Vite Estate in Montalcino, Italy, is boasting a new bottle design highlighted by a silver sunburst flowing from its deep red label.
enough, the light's going, vite, vite, the light's going,