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Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul
CONDAMNE A MORT S'EST ECHAPPE (UN) UN CONDAMNE A MORT S'EST ECHAPPE CONFIDENTIAL REPORT MR. ARKADIN Spain 1955.
by Ph. D Newmark
echappe. Escaped; type of ballet step [F] echelle. Scale ; ladder [F] echinus. Convex projection under the abacus of the Doric capital [Gk] echt. Real; genuine [G] eclair. Pastry or cake shell filed with whipped cream or custard [F] eclaircissement. Clarification; explanation [F] eclat. Brilant success; prestige [F] ecloga. Eclogue; pastoral dialogue in verse [L] ecole maternelle. French equivalent of the Kindergarten for children 2 to 6 [F] ecole normale. Normal school ...
by Don Michael Randel
chute, port de voix, accent (an echappe or auxiliary taking its value from the preceding note, to which it was slurred), tremblement (trill), martelle- ment ( mordent), balancement (a slow fluctuation of loudness but not of pitch ),flatten (a short trill followed by a chute), and tour degosier (turn). Three others, the coulade (a slurred scale connecting two notes and taking its value from the first), passage (a kind of turn anticipating a trill), and diminution (a rising scale replacing two rising thirds) ...
by Swami Parmeshwaranand
has reference to similar ideas in the later Western philosophy, but it applies also to the Indian a priori imaginations: -je ne suis pas plus dispose que Locke a imaginer que, quelques semaines apres ma conception, j'etais une ame fort savante, sachant alors mille choses que j'ai oubliees en naissant et ayant fort inutilement possede dans l'uterus des connaissances qui m'ont echappe des que ...
by Don Michael Randel
An unaccented echappe or auxiliary note coming at the very end of the note- value on which it is placed; hence, the same as the French " 'accent [see also Nachschlag (2)]. Square dance. A folk dance of the U.S. danced by groups of four couples forming a square; also, an occasion on which such dances are danced. The dance itself was derived from the French quadrille in the 19th century. It employs music in moderately fast duple meter performed by a fiddle and or various other ...
by Nathan BAILEY
root [echappe, F.] getting away from, ' ght.
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Scrabble value of E1C3H4A1P3P3E1
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