“And for those of you who don't know, the frets are the vertical lines on the neck that help you keep yourself in tune.”
“These nets were called frets -- "a fret of pearls" was considered a sufficient legacy for a duchess to leave to her daughter.”
“The title track frets about "what's outside your door" before concluding in more exultant, affirmative manner, while with its lyric about "isolation/dotted lines/seas of concrete", etc, "Doors Unlocked and Open" could be a throwback to the urban alienation that was so fashionable among 1980s new-wavers.”
“The instrument, called Misa, is really a guitar-shaped computer, a midi controller whose "frets" are in fact 144 keycaps.”
“I grew so fond of its keyboard design -- made with flat, roomy keys and silver "frets," or dividing lines, that separate each row -- that I found myself touch typing without looking down after only three days of use.”
“The hidden keyboard has the same black keys and chrome 'frets' look and layout of the Bold 9700.”
“Does anyone think that it is odd that the controller is a turntable with a few "frets" on the record itself?”
“It retains the distinctive silver 'frets' between lines of keys, but the keypad area and, indeed, the screen, are smaller on the BlackBerry Bold 9700 than on the first Bold.”
“And the rows of keys still have those attractive silver "frets" between them to space them out a little.”
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