Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of tune.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tune.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The relationship between the two tunes is evident and brings up the which-came-first question: Cumha Dhonnchaidh Mhicrath or The King of Laois?

    27 July -- Bl Titus Brandsma, O. Carm.

  • The relationship between the two tunes is evident and brings up the which-came-first question: Cumha Dhonnchaidh Mhicrath or The King of Laois?

    Some Piping for the Weekend. . .

  • We've reached the point where "oldies" stations are now playing tunes from the 1970s and even early '80s, relegating the R&B and soul of the' 50s and '60s to a gray area that's before the Beatles but not quite reaching sepia-toned big band nostalgia.

    Going Out Guide: Nightlife agenda

  • As might be expected, the Led Zeppelin tunes are my favorites of the performance.

    Midweek Music Moment: No Quarter: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Unledded « A Progressive on the Prairie

  • "Michael Feinstein's American Songbook" (WETA and MPT at 8), a three-part series premiering Wednesday night, is a musical history lesson in which the singer uses some of the most popular songs ever written, starting with tunes from the 1950s and 1960s.

    TV highlights for Wednesday, Oct. 6

  • We've reached the point where "oldies" stations are now playing tunes from the 1970s and even early '80s, relegating the R&B and soul of the' 50s and '60s to a gray area that's before the Beatles but not quite reaching sepia-toned big band nostalgia.

    Going Out Guide: Nightlife agenda

  • Last Friday we had a very entertaining time of proofreading the Guide, aided by candy and fave tunes from the 80s provided by Miss Touch-Me Pod, whose little speaker recalls the halcyon days of AM transistor radios.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Last Friday we had a very entertaining time of proofreading the Guide, aided by candy and fave tunes from the 80s provided by Miss Touch-Me Pod, whose little speaker recalls the halcyon days of AM transistor radios.

    I'll Be Seeing You . . .

  • We've reached the point where "oldies" stations are now playing tunes from the 1970s and even early '80s, relegating the R&B and soul of the' 50s and '60s to a gray area that's before the Beatles but not quite reaching sepia-toned big band nostalgia.

    Nightlife Agenda

  • As might be expected, the Led Zeppelin tunes are my favorites of the performance.

    A Progressive on the Prairie » Midweek Music Moment: No Quarter: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Unledded » Print

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  • Quiet, please.

    September 25, 2008