from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In music, major: as, C dur, or C major.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Mus.) Major; in the major mode.
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- adjective music, obsolete
major; in the major mode
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Newmania is a girl.. dur hur dur hur ..dur hur yeeeesh.
I solved the time-sensitivity problem with "A_TickCount" for note-ons and note-offs, although a "dur" - parameter would be more Midi-like.
Gautier de Coinci invokes this idea at the end of his poem, when he discusses the enduringly hard hearts of the Jews, as he rhymes (in more than a dozen consecutive lines) various words that contain the syllable dur, meaning "hard" and "harsh."
Pis apres ecoute de CELL j'pouvais m'attendre qu'a un album encore plus "dur" par la suite!
They derive it from "dur," a pearl, and "wísh," like; and so a durwísh is one 'like a pearl.'
If Isaiah had intended to speak of the earth as a globe, he would probably have used the word he used in 22:18 dur, meaning 'ball.'
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" "'Twas made possible by the special metal which our human friends call dur'loy, and which Sir Ethan insists can be supplied to us in quantity and at fair trade rates."
It was dur ing the Tet Offensive that more than 65,000 North Vietnamese troops violated a ceasefire and attacked all the provincial capitals in south Vietnam.
Jonathan Strahan is editing a Cyberpunk reprint anthology for Night Shade Books, dur out in 2012.