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allegro

uh legroh

  • n  a brisk and lively tempo
  • n  a musical composition or musical passage to be performed quickly in a brisk lively manner
  • s  (of tempo) fast
  • r  in a quick and lively tempo
    play this section allegro

  • While there may be a scherzo of cartoons, a largo of literature, a rondo of reportage, the allegro in each addition is still the girls, and molto con brio.
  • As the sun grew brighter and hotter, the tempo of the capital approached allegro.
  • Next day, Manhattanites of other nationalities read with astonishment of the singing of this De Murohow his allegro was as clear as the bells of Capri, his pianissimo .
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  • St Jerome in PR Newswire (press release)
    Duncan Whitney is an important addition to the Allegro Diagnostics team. He combines a strong scientific background with extensive experience in the commercial domain,said Jerome Brody, MD, Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of...
  • Roger Federer in Hindu
    It was sweet revenge because I lost to them with Yves Allegro four years ago in Athens,said Federer.

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