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Similar analysis can be also carried out in the case of the boundary value of heat flux varying harmonically in time (the physical Neumann boundary condition).
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The final act was harmonically daring for the time, as Adonis returns mortally wounded and dies in Venus s arms.
After lying forgotten, this harmonically rich work for choir, organ and brass has been successfully revived in recent years and performed throughout the world.
LAHORE, March 12, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Provincial law minister Rana Sanaullah Khan has declared that the political alliance between PML-N and PPP as highly unnatural, while it would be quite harmonically natural with unification block.
Which wheel you choose in the end is of course a matter of taste, but all the models suit the classy-dynamic appearance of the ABT A6 harmonically.
Eyris integrates harmonically in to the sophisticated architecture of representative rooms in hotels and restaurants.
Our music is pretty complex harmonically on certain songs, and that is not a characteristic of jam band music," he said in an e-mail.
But this is not the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, and while there is a plethora of short and sweet horn solos over II-V-I changes, or montuno vamps, they are not very harmonically inventive.
The rabab, or rababah in Arabic, is a string instrument played with a bow with a low range but plays long, harmonically rich notes.
With applications and examples, he describes traditional representations and stability analyses of linear MIMO systems, the performance and design of linear MIMO systems, one-frequency self-oscillation in nonlinear harmonically linear MIMO systems, forced oscillation and generalized frequency response characteristics of nonlinear MIMO systems, and absolute stability of nonlinear MIMO systems.
In more than a thousand compositions, Bach perfected the contrapuntal (or counterpoint) style, in which two or more independent but harmonically related melodic parts are played at the same time--a challenging proposition that music teachers sometimes describe to beginning students as akin to patting their heads and rubbing their stomachs at the same time.