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These instruments often had bodies covered with animal skin, and it is unknown exactly when it became replaced with a wooden soundboard.
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These instruments have three double courses similar to the stringing of the mandolin and often use a " guitar " tuning.
These parts are transpositions of parts written for other bass instruments used before the modern double bass became common and may actually lower the part an octave.
These lever systems, which superficially resemble the mechanisms of reed instruments such as the bassoon, include levers mounted beside the regular fingerboard ( near the nut, on the " E " string side ), which remotely activate metal " fingers " on the extension fingerboard.
These contrasting traditions may be vestiges of historical performance settings: large concert halls in which violins were played required more instruments, before electronic amplification, than did more intimate dance halls and houses fiddles were played in.
These were used in trade and credit transactions ; they were used as remittance instruments for the purpose of transfer of funds from one place to another.
These were expensive, but often used the sounds from respected MIDI instruments such as the E-mu Proteus.
These are available in sizes that range from 25-key, 2-octave models, to full-sized 88-key instruments.
These enable software instruments to be programmed without the discomfort of excessive mouse movements, or adjustment of hardware devices without the need to step through layered menus.
These laws were discovered empirically as far back as 984 AD and have been used in the design of optical components and instruments from then until the present day.
These instruments can also play all the sharps and flats, with a special technique of both tilting the pipes and jaw movement, thus reducing the size of the pipe's opening and producing a change in pitch.
These instruments impose a specific stress field or deformation to the fluid, and monitor the resultant deformation or stress.
These instruments had been designed by Beauchamp, assisted at the National String Instruments Corporation by Paul Barth and Harry Watson.
These instruments constitute the origin of the electric guitar we know and use today by virtue of their string-driven electro-magnetic pick-ups.
These instruments were also widely used among progressive rock bassists, particularly Chris Squire of Yes and Geddy Lee of Rush, who achieved distinctive signature sounds with their Rickenbacker bass, strung with round-wound Rotosound bass strings.
These migrations reflect the extraordinary courage of these seafaring people in navigating without instruments to sail throughout the vast Pacific Ocean.
These first two records were produced by John Simon, who was practically a group member: he aided in arrangements, and played occasional instruments ( piano or tuba ).
These are functionally the same as capped reed instruments as the reeds are not in contact with player's lips.
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These personal and social goals often overshadow the goals of intellectual clarity, and spiritual transcendence.
These students, although they might read various articles in popular magazines, more often chose to report on articles found in the journals.
These cases, for all their rarity, are so dramatic that friends and relations repeat the story until the general population may get an entirely false notion of how often the hymen is a serious problem to newly-weds.
These terms have historically been applied to any astronomical object orbiting the Sun that did not show the disk of a planet and was not observed to have the characteristics of an active comet, but as small objects in the outer Solar System were discovered, their volatile-based surfaces were found to more closely resemble comets, and so were often distinguished from traditional asteroids.
These villages, called pueblos by Spanish settlers, were often only accessible by rope or through rock climbing.
These modifications are often essential for the function or regulation of a protein ; for example, the carboxylation of glutamate allows for better binding of calcium cations, and the hydroxylation of proline is critical for maintaining connective tissues.
These measured positions are then compared with those calculated by the laws of celestial mechanics: an assembly of calculated positions is often referred to as an ephemeris, in which distances are commonly calculated in astronomical units.
These and most other cities and large towns are now connected with asphalt-paved roads, while smaller towns are often connected by dirt roads, which may require a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
These bases were prepared in advance, often by capturing an estate and augmenting its defences with surrounding ditches, ramparts and palisades.
These dilemmas are often regarded as conflicts between his view on international relations and his other loyalties.
These art pieces often served a liturgical function, whether as chalices or even as church buildings themselves.
These three personages are often difficult to tell apart, and even the ancient mythographers appear to have been perplexed about which Aeolus was which.
These guitars are most commonly used by swing and jazz players and often incorporate electronics in the form of a pickup.
These edicts often pertained to matters such as the regulation of the public markets, or what we might call " economic regulation ".
These assist in flotation, together with the vacuoles in the ectoplasm, which often contain zooxanthellae.
These effects, often several of them at a time, made it very difficult for World War II era aircraft to reach speeds much beyond 800 km / h ( 500 mph ).
These include serotonin-dopamine antagonists ( see dopamine antagonist and serotonin antagonist ), multi-acting receptor-targeted antipsychotics ( MARTA, those targeting several systems ), and dopamine partial agonists, which are often categorized as atypicals.
These two values are often interpreted as binary digits and are usually denoted by the numerical digits 0 and 1.
These BBSes often had multiple modems and phone lines, allowing several users to upload and download files at once.
; Presiding Bishop or President Bishop: These titles are often used for the head of a national Anglican church, but the title is not usually associated with a particular episcopal see like the title of a primate.