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  • In addition to birds such as Abert's towhees, cactus wrens and yellow-rumped warblers, visitors might see an assortment of water birds, such as coots, egrets, herons, cormorants and even ospreys, Hildebrandt said.

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  • Abert confirms that even when most questions asked are old standbys, most companies are trying to dig a little deeper into personality.

    The New Interview Questions

  • Abert confirms that even when most questions asked are old standbys, most companies are trying to dig a little deeper into personality.

    The New Interview Questions

  • On the issue of "Romantic nineteenth-century ideals of revolutionary originality," too, Abert seems to have tuned in close to Mozart's wavelength.

    What Mozart Meant: An Exchange

  • Early in his review Rosen takes Cliff Eisen, the editor of the new volume, gently to task for his disagreement with Abert on a fundamental aesthetic point: does Mozart's music express himself (as Abert asserted) — or us?

    What Mozart Meant: An Exchange

  • But Rosen is certainly right about his "one serious disagreement with Abert": Don Giovanni's declaration of "Viva la libertà" was indeed nothing less than subversive.

    What Mozart Meant: An Exchange

  • Media Watch: The Concert for George on PBS was pretty darn good -- Eric Clapton led an all-star band at the Royal Abert Hall featuring the songs of George Harrison.

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  • Media Watch: The Concert for George on PBS was pretty darn good -- Eric Clapton led an all-star band at the Royal Abert Hall featuring the songs of George Harrison.

    View from the Northern Border

  • Thus the analogy involving music, we have been told by many scholars (see Abert, Gérold, Hollander, Spitzer), yielded belief in the act of creation as a musical performance but also certainty that the heavenly bodies emit in their revolutions a pattern of sounds, indeed a melody, the melodye ...

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  • Totten and Colonel Abert, fill so large a portion of the public documents, and are so well known and highly appreciated by both Houses of Congress and by the country.

    Continental Monthly , Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy.

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