from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One of a series of motocross or BMX races.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Movement; manner of movement; particularly, movement with increased rapidity; -- used especially in the phrase con moto, directing to a somewhat quicker movement
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In music:
- n. Motion; the direction in which the harmonic parts move: as, moto contrario (contrary motion). See motion, 14.
- n. Energetic or spirited movement; spirit: as, con moto (with spirited movement).
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As I said before … their moto is the destruction of israel … they love death more than israel and the jews love life …. end the moral relativism …. get a compass and as someone said I believe it was Dennis Prager … you need to stop elevating “peace” (ie appeasement) over goodness.
I just noticed Bengt's moto, which is one I've always liked as well.
My moto is your future music should always be improved on the past and evolve with progression of techniques and knowledge apllied to your music production.
A moto is a motorbike taxi and you just step out your gate and hail one.
That is a terrorist group, that wants to be a country, and not to be a US state … Their moto is MY GOVERNMENT IS MY WORST ENEMY.
Autosid kutsutakse "moto", ja see tähendab üldjuhul neljarattaveoga maastikuautot.
Mitchell Stokes (moguri) gets commit rights on a branch to check on replacing Game Engine's "moto" math code with Eigen2.
It follows a poor young Lebanese boy called Sleiman aka "Shankaboot" who lives in Beirut and makes his living as a delivery boy on his 'moto'.
There's a constant barrage of 'moto'? ', ýou wnt tuc-tuc? but it's easy to keep smiling and to insist that your legs work and that you're capable of walking the 100m to the shop door.
Maybe the biggest piece of the puzzle was fitted the day after my 'moto' adventure - the Tour's final chrono.