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  • r  in a swift manner

  • Into Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto swung the orchestra, followed by the young man who, despite his unorthodox way of holding his hands flat, his arms stiff, played fleetly .
  • Nearly extinct, this creature is a descendant of dinosaurs; he travels fleetly, his belly free from the ground; eats flesh by night; has been killed in lengths of 18 and 21 ft .
  • The famed Winter Wind, and other studies in their first complete edition, played fleetly, skin-deeply by a handsome young man who has yet to fulfill early promises.

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