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TITLE
RIGHT
NECK
MEAT
PART
PLACE
EVERYONE
SOMETHING
ORDER
INFORMATION
OWNERSHIP
ESTATE
OWN
WAY
STORY
WRITING
FEDERAL LEGISLATION
CRAP
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
FORM
PARCHMENT
LOT
STAMP
PLAY
COVER
PLASTIC
FAMOUS PIECE
RAVEL
TIME
BINARY FORM
GLASS
POTTERY
SECOND PIECE
MATZAH
FABRICS
FABRIC
COTTON
GAUZE
CHESS PIECE
ROOK
COMPANION PIECE
TOP
CAKE
HISTORY
LITTLE PIECE
BIOPSY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Piece"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A piece is fired first, overglaze is applied, and it is fired again.
  2. The piece was performed by an orchestra with Paul Whiteman as director, and with the composer at the piano as part of a concert experiment in jazz.
  3. The piece was written in 1936, the same year as the String Quartet No.
  4. The piece was written under the most difficult of circumstances, when Messiaen was a prisoner of war in Germany.
  5. The piece is scored for clarinet (in B-flat), violin, cello, and piano; and a typical performance of the complete work lasts about fifty minutes.

Title

  1. TITLE SEARCH - A search and perusal of the public records for recorded instruments which affect the title to a particular piece of land.
  2. It's a close examination of all public records that involve title (deed) to a piece of real estate.
  3. Abstract of Title: A summary of the public records relating to the ownership of a particular piece of land.

Right

  1. One odd thing about John Read's lighting in this piece was that dancers who appear right at the front of the stage are in shadow.

Neck

  1. Necktie - A necktie (usually just called a tie) is a long piece of material worn around the neck and under a collar with a knot tied in front.
  2. To clean a saxophone, you can simply pull a piece of cloth through the body and a piece through the neck to soak up all moisture in the instrument.
  3. Fretboard or fingerboard » The fretboard is a long, thin piece of wood that is glued to the neck.

Meat

  1. The brother who was in charge of the kitchen ordered one of the monks to put his hand inside the pot while the food was boiling and bring a piece of meat.
  2. The flower's deep red color and texture contribute to the illusion that the spathe is a piece of meat.
  3. A very common childhood pastime is to catch yabbies with a piece of meat tied to a length of string.

Part

  1. Tumors *. These may grow and block blood flow, or a piece of a tumor may break off into the bloodstream and get caught in another part of the body.
  2. It was normal at that time for composers to create works on demand for special occasions, and this piece was part of the ducal celebrations of carnival.
  3. The work by Sam Durant  is part of a larger piece that includes graphite portraits of Cobain, Robert Smithson and others.

Place

  1. The acid in your stomach is so concentrated that if you were to place a drop on a piece of wood, it would eat right through it.
  2. Duchamp scholars and most art historians disagree with this theory, partly because Duchamp started work on the piece a year before the murder took place.
  3. Place the chest piece onto the part of the body you want to listen to.

Everyone

  1. I wish that everyone with an interest in Buddhism could read - and appreciate (!) - this fine piece of work.
  2. All in all, The Immaculate Collection is an essential piece of music history that everyone should own.
  3. I think most everyone agrees that GnuCash is a critical piece of software for the Linux desktop.

Something

  1. Every time I see another piece or book on social network analysis, I have to say something, particularly because the term is used so often these days.
  2. Liszt reproduces something of this effect, while translating the piece into the idiom of the piano.
  3. For example, exd5 (pawn on the e-file captures the piece on d5) or exd (pawn on e-file captures something on the d-file).

Order

  1. In Wales, a Legislative Competency Order or LCO is a piece of constitutional legislation in the form of an Order In Council.
  2. A gambit is a chess opening in which something, usually a pawn, but sometimes even a piece, is sacrificed in order to achieve an advantage.
  3. A firewall could be either a piece of hardware or software, and a network may use more that one type of firewall in order to provide extra security.

Information

  1. When the cell needs proteins, the ribosomes get information about how to make the proteins by copying a piece of the DNA. That is like taking the order.
  2. There is one piece of information that is unique to that computer (actually its network adapter) and that is its Ethernet address.
  3. A program can ask for a specific piece of information, or all information about a given name.

Ownership

  1. Title The written evidence that proves the right of ownership of a specific piece of property.
  2. Maps have been, and still are, used by a multitude of countries, provinces, and cities to prove ownership of a certain piece of land.
  3. The legal process whereby a government can take ownership of a piece of property in order to convert it to public use.

Estate

  1. The history of all of the title transfers (conveyances and encumbrances) to a piece of real estate.
  2. It is necessary to determine what rights are outstanding in order to transfer a clear title to a piece of real estate.
  3. Back To Top of Page - E - Earnest Money- A deposit of funds by the purchaser of a piece of real estate as evidence of good faith.

Own

  1. As a potential buyer, you should insist that your new property have a boundary survey done, if nothing else for your own piece of mind.
  2. You get your own decked area outside your room, with what feels like your own piece of beautiful beach beyond that.
  3. Fox and Kimberly Elise as four women ready to claim their own piece of the proverbial pie.

Way

  1. One way or another, a "piece" of your flesh, or of some part of your body, is cut out so that it can be examined under a microscope.
  2. Each modified shingle tab, is nailed such that it overlaps the previous piece as you work your way down the length of the ridge vent.
  3. Hold onto the longer piece of floss, gently bring it up and pull the pointed end all the way through.

Story

  1. Depending on the part of the character of the narrator plays in the story, the narrator may demonstrate bias when presenting a piece of work.
  2. But the story of a race cannot be told in the cold, clinical summary of a few numbers on a piece of paper.
  3. This technique requires the reader to attempt to piece together the timeline in order to fully understand the story.

Writing

  1. Spilling Clarence is an honest piece of work, and I applaud Anne Ursu for writing it.
  2. At the very least, start with writing one piece of music from the operetta.
  3. A poem is a short piece of writing that comes from the imagination.

Federal Legislation

  1. Sanford was the first instance in which the Supreme Court invalidated a major piece of federal legislation.
  2. The Voting Rights Act may very well be the most important piece of federal legislation ever passed.

Crap

  1. Yes, the master of action cinema from Hong Kong, John Woo, actually put his name on this piece of crap.
  2. Wes Borland said that the album was a "piece of crap and a waste of money".
  3. By the way, for the record, my representative Chris Smith is a bootlicking, useless piece of crap.

Medical Equipment

  1. No matter how sophisticated or simple the piece of medical equipment is, it's crucial to use and maintain it properly.
  2. A nebulizer is an essential piece of medical equipment which can help a person suffering from asthma to control the symptoms of the disease.
  3. The Autoinjector is a popular piece of medical equipment among soldiers, scientists, and explorers.

Form

  1. In concrete poetry (see above), the form of a poem may reflect the theme, topic, or idea of the words in the actual shape of the text on a piece of paper.
  2. Mortise is a slot cut into a piece of wood, stone or other material to receive a tenon and form a joint.
  3. Ballet is a form of dancing which may tell a story, express a mood, or just reflect a piece of music.

Parchment

  1. Beside it, held in place by Harry's relaxed hand, was a piece of parchment covered in thin, slanting writing.
  2. Dumbledore reveals the Goblet of Fire, a magical cup into which potential champions must drop a piece of parchment with their name on it.
  3. So later that night Draco was seen spelling a piece of parchment on the wall for all, especially Scorpius, to see.

Lot

  1. With a lot of time, patience, paper, and tape, one could print these out and piece together an large wall map of Bolivia.
  2. You'll need a separate piece of paper for each lot of seeds you're testing.
  3. Baroque music had a lot of borrowed melodies, in the sense that composers would take a phrase from another piece of music and put it in their own works.

Stamp

  1. Essay. Artwork of a proposed design for a stamp or piece of postal stationery.
  2. Everyone knows that a stamp is a small piece of paper that is glued to the exterior of a letter or parcel sent via the post office.
  3. Entire. An intact piece of postal stationery (i.e., envelopes on which the stamp has been printed).

Play

  1. You know, the kind of music that radio stations use to end a piece on a really deep topic, they play some deep music.
  2. This week I play a really great piece of SF from Canadian writer Peter Watts called Ambassador.
  3. He also wrote two piano concertos and a famous violin concerto which is often seen as an essential piece for young prodigies to play.

Cover

  1. EKU: The cover or piece that documents the earliest date on which a stamp or postal stationery item is known to be used.
  2. When the tooth is fully detached, your dentist will remove it and cover the exposed gum with a small piece of gauze.
  3. ATTACHED CACHET: A separate piece that is attached to the cover in some fashion as a cachet.

Plastic

  1. If the gel is not to be used immediately, cover with a piece of plastic wrap.
  2. Using the endoscope, the doctor places a tiny piece of plastic or metal that looks like a straw in a narrowed pancreatic or bile duct to keep it open.
  3. Then the veneer, a thin piece of specially-shaped porcelain or plastic, is glued over the front of your teeth.

Famous Piece

  1. In 1928, Ravel wrote his most famous piece of music, Bolero, while on holiday in his hometown, Ciboure.
  2. Binoy Majumdar's most famous piece of work is Phire esho, Chaka (Come back, O Wheel, 1960), which was written in the format of a diary.
  3. The Satavahana emperor Hala's Sattasai (Sanskrit Saptasati) - an anthology of 700 love poems - is the most famous piece of literature in Maharashtri.

Ravel

  1. Instead, Ravel abandoned the piece, using its nationalistic themes and rhythms in some of his other pieces.
  2. Ravel might work on a piece over several years to develop it to the best possible result, “My objective, therefore, is technical perfection.
  3. Ravel reportedly remarked that he had no idea what she was doing, as she played the piece, but he liked it.

Time

  1. A stamp contains a piece of time and a piece of place and that's why people love collecting them.
  2. This changes the size of a piece of land (a process called accession) and thus its value over time.
  3. Before that time expires, nobody (except the author) has the right to copy that piece of software.

Binary Form

  1. Binary form is a way of structuring a piece of music in two related sections, both of which are usually repeated.

Glass

  1. A simple lens is a piece of glass or plastic having two polished surfaces that each form part of a sphere or ball.
  2. As you might imagine, DSLR lenses are a complex piece of equipment but for the sake of simplicity, let's consider them as a single piece of glass.
  3. Cover Slip: A thin, square piece of glass or plastic placed over the specimen on a microscope slide.

Pottery

  1. In pottery, glazing is the process of coating the piece with a thin layer of material that becomes not only glassy during firing, but actually glass.
  2. A hand made piece of pottery will function best if preheated with the oven, but pieces will withstand going from room temperatures into a heated oven.
  3. The artist would first sketch a design on a piece of pottery, and if the design was satisfactory, it would be sketched on the wall with charcoal.

Second Piece

  1. In the beginning to the meal, the Leader takes the second piece of matzah and breaks it.
  2. After 3 to 6 months the gum is minimally surgically opened and the second piece is screwed into the first piece.
  3. I can think of no other way to get Tabitha King to write a second piece to this tale.

Matzah

  1. It quickly became a universal custom to set aside a piece of matzah for the end of the meal which would then be eaten as a remembrance of the Passover lamb.
  2. Everyone eats a piece of matzah.
  3. There is a custom, though not Jewish law, to eat just one piece of Matzah on that night.

Fabrics

  1. Design and manufacture of woven, yarn and piece dyed, and hand painted fabrics for apparel, from tussah silk, cotton, wool and blends.
  2. Woven, fiber, yarn and piece dyed, and finished fabrics for apparel, upholstery and decoration applications, from wool, silk, acrylic, polyester and blends.
  3. Manufacturers of woven, yarn and piece dyed, and finished fabrics for apparel applications, from viscose, polyester and blends.

Fabric

  1. The chorale melodies are more closely woven into the fabric of the piece when Bach includes chorale prelude movements.
  2. The first is using a sewing machine to "manually" create (either freehand or with built-in stitches) a design on a piece of fabric or other similar item.
  3. You may remember that tantra refers primarily and literally to the idea of the weave in a piece of cloth or fabric (see Chapter 22).

Cotton

  1. Woven and knitted, printed, yarn and piece dyed, flocked and finished fabrics for apparel and furnishing, from cotton, viscose, polyester and blends.
  2. Design and manufacture of jacquard woven, piece and yarn dyed, velvet fabrics for upholstery applications, from viscose, polyester, cotton and blends.
  3. Plain and pattern woven, yarn, piece, beam and continuous dyed, and finshed fabrics for apparel applications, from cotton, polyester and blends.

Gauze

  1. Normally, after a tooth extraction, the patient is told to keep a piece of cotton and gauze on the empty socket for at least half an hour.
  2. Simple pressure from a piece of gauze is usually all that is needed to control the bleeding and to help a blood clot to form in the socket.
  3. If you can't reposition the wire, cover the end with orthodontic wax, a small cotton ball, or piece of gauze until you can get to your orthodontist's office.

Chess Piece

  1. In Cubic Chess the traditional men are replaced with cubes which have one Chess piece, King, Queen, Pawn, Bishop, Knight and Rook, on each side of the cube.
  2. Demonstrate the moves of each chess piece to your den leader or adult partner.
  3. Pawns are the only chess piece that cannot move backwards.

Rook

  1. Discovered attack Main article: Discovered attack An attack made by a queen, rook or bishop when another piece or pawn moves out of its way.
  2. When castling those pieces are the King and Rook, and in capturing moves they are the capturing and the captured piece.
  3. A bishop and knight are worth roughly a rook and a pawn, and a queen is worth a rook, a minor piece (bishop or knight) and a pawn.

Companion Piece

  1. Dolin made “Variations for Four” in 1957 as a companion piece and to show off the virtuosity of his then leading men.
  2. A heady mix of allegory and anarchy, it could be a companion piece to Von Trier's Dogville - only this time, they've splashed some cash on the sets.
  3. The Fourth String Quartet was written as a companion piece to Schoenberg's Second Quartet (the one with the soprano solo in the last two movements).

Top

  1. After the curing process is finish a top piece called a support is place over embed to act as a base for the crown.
  2. Also called the fingerboard, the fretboard is a piece of wood embedded with metal frets that comprises the top of the neck.
  3. Stir well. Pour into a bowl, and place a piece of plastic wrap directly on top of the pudding to prevent a skin from forming.

Cake

  1. After analyzing one billion particle collisions, writing a paper should actually seem like a piece of cake.
  2. From the bottom, Crug Hywel looked like a piece of cake.
  3. Duck soup is a slang phrase meaning "a piece of cake", or something easy to do.

History

  1. Each car is a part of a display that includes hi-tech mantrons that tell the story of each piece of history.
  2. The history of each piece of music, as given in Chinese and Japanese historical sources, is investigated.
  3. Significant individuals in the history of literature are honoured through stories such as "The Cabinet of Edgar Allan Poe", a piece by Angela Carter.

Little Piece

  1. We'd take a little piece by piece and put the song together.
  2. Own a little piece of history with this official patch for the International Space Station's Expedition 11 crew.
  3. Every little piece of metal which is a coin has a story to tell.

Biopsy

  1. NASH is diagnosed by examining a small piece of the liver taken through a needle, a procedure called biopsy.
  2. A biopsy involves removing a piece of your thyroid, often through a needle.
  3. Biopsy (BYE-op-see): Removing a small piece of tissue to view under a microscope.

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