American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An inland sea surrounded by Europe, Asia, Asia Minor, the Near East, and Africa. It connects with the Atlantic Ocean through the Strait of Gibraltar; with the Black Sea through the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara, and the Bosporus; and with the Red Sea through the Suez Canal.
“No longer, unless it is the most background of background music, perhaps Paul O'Dette on the lute.”
“Also, try to get your hands on "The castle of fair favour", a mixture of harp, lute and choral work from the 1300's and 1400's. finally, one more uplifting recording from this period "ancient Airs and Dances" with Paul O'Dette on Lute. all on the Hyperion label.”
“O'Dette thinks Sting does a good job of emphasizing the text but on some songs he falls short.”
“O'Dette recorded Dowland's complete works for lute, a five CD box set, but he doesn't bear Sting any ill-will for taking the spotlight.”
“Hossa, Mon (holding), 5: 59; M O'Dette, Mon (cross checking), 11: 00.”
“Matt O'Dette and Richard Zednik also tallied for the Canadiens, who got two assists apiece from Saku Koivu and defensemen Ron”
“Matt O'Dette tied the score at 4-4 1: 32 into the third for”
“Co-directed musically by BEMF's Paul O'Dette and Seattle's own Stephen Stubbs, it was one of those "play-within-a-play" productions, semi-staged, with handsome costumes by Anna Watkins but without scenery.”
“Elizabeth A. O'Dette (Carter) of Canton, a retired nurse's aide, died Saturday at her home.”
“O'Dette, while occasionally over-powered by the ensemble, strummed heartily on the dances and gave a sensitive performance of Dowland's virtuosic "Chromatic Fantasie.”
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