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  • noun Plural form of ensemble.

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Examples

  • Again, using perturbed physics ensembles from the Hadley Centre, the idea is to get probability density functions from the models to use for impact assessment.

    2009 April | Serendipity

  • Again, using perturbed physics ensembles from the Hadley Centre, the idea is to get probability density functions from the models to use for impact assessment.

    Liveblogging the EGU – day 4 | Serendipity

  • Lebeau told him that ensembles from the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra had visited various reservations over the years for educational purposes.

    Lakota Get Classical in Unique Musical Mash-up

  • Again, using perturbed physics ensembles from the Hadley Centre, the idea is to get probability density functions from the models to use for impact assessment.

    2009 April 23 | Serendipity

  • Bianco says: Choosing a few standouts among strong ensembles is always difficult, but Holloway, Emerson and Scurti have all had sterling seasons, as have Plemons and Paul.

    Who should receive Emmy nominations? Tough call

  • She and I would get dressed up (in ensembles no less silly in hindsight) and go to classy restaurants.

    Are We Not Men?

  • She and I would get dressed up (in ensembles no less silly in hindsight) and go to classy restaurants.

    Are We Not Men?

  • When Abraham Goldfaden (1840 – 1908) founded his first professional Yiddish ensemble in 1876 in Iasi, Romania, there were still no women on the stage, but this soon changed and a few women performed in Yiddish ensembles as early as 1877.

    Yiddish Theater in Vienna.

  • She and I would get dressed up (in ensembles no less silly in hindsight) and go to classy restaurants.

    Are We Not Men?

  • Among major conductors, Mr. Carter has few advocates as devoted as Mr. Levine, who has given magnificent performances of the Variations for Orchestra and several of Mr. Carter’s chamber works (with ensembles from the Met Orchestra) in New York in recent seasons, and led the premiere of his Horn Concerto in Boston in 2007.

    Tanglewood Contemporary Festival: A Carterfest in Good (Though Different) Hands - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

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