“The first movement's Impressionistic landscape featured a piquant, upward soaring melody with a series of falling thirds from a protagonist oboe, flitting above a feather-bed of sustained string harmonies and bass piano, and punctuated with a walking-like figuration in the piano's treble register, all becoming more urgent toward its close.”
“Even if we approved it roughly in thirds, with the best ideas passed this month and the other 2/3 held for more substantive deliberation and analysis, to be passed in each subsequent month.”
“Fold the dough in thirds as if folding a letter, turn it 45 degrees, and again run it through the thickest setting.”
“But the other two-thirds is attributable to non-school factors.”
“Of the total Australian wine crop, about two-thirds is exported and what has happened to the currency has had a huge impact, especially on lower-priced wines," he said.”
“In August, Seahawk posted a sharply wider second-quarter loss as revenue tumbled by two-thirds from a year earlier due to a lack of business in Mexico in the latest quarter.”
“You mentioned the effectiveness of treatment by meds in thirds, but in recent years, electroshock therapy has become more and more accepted, as a long-term outpatient solution, to drug-resistant depression and has saved many lives, as repulsive as it sounds.”
“I split the recipe in thirds and added sugar to one bowl, chopped olives to the second, and pomegranate molasses to the third.”
“The other two thirds is probably porno or people trying to get laid.”
“The clarinets seemed to be sometimes be doing the difficult feat of moving in thirds neither major or minor but in-between -- probably hard as h*ll to do.”
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