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  • n. A Spanish religious song evoking strong emotion, usually sung during public processions.


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  • He was on his feet, his head bared and bowed; and while he stood veiled in rising incense, some emotional soul in the audience broke into a Moorish wail, the prayer song or _saeta_ of the people, improvising words which caught the popular fancy.

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  • Step - To define the model, giving the cuantities that are measured as function of the parameters of the saeta Juan A. Garzón: 2nd.

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  • From: leads to: A. K is definite positive, K has an inverse and: This equation provides the saeta directly from the data Juan A. Garzón: 2nd.

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  • Step - To define the model giving the cuantities to be measured as function of the parameters of the saeta Either or 3 equations (conditions) per plane!

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  • Bray stands in front of Velázquez's Christ After the Flagellation and sings a saeta; the flamenco lament echoes around the room.

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  • ***** hic summa leni stringitur Thetis vento: nec languet aequor, viva sed quies ponti pictam phaselon adiuvante fert aura, sicut puellae lion amantis aestatem mota salubre purpura venit frigus. nec saeta longo quaerit in mari praedam, sed a cubili lectuloque iactatam spectatus alte lineam trahit piscis.

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  • It lets free the six elements of a saeta: (X0, X ', Y0, Y', T0 and

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  • G.: time readouts) - Only two planes of strip-like detectors are enough to provide unambiguously the 6 parameters of a saeta - The solution has a matrix form: It's very easy and fast of implementing on computers - There are many detector layouts with a K matrix having the same structure (see next examples) Juan A. Garzón: 2nd.

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  • A type of Spanish religious song dating back many centuries that has incorporated elements of flamenco music.

    October 2, 2009