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  • 1 bring into harmony — index arbitrate (conciliate), intercede, reconcile Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Harmony Day — is an event held across Australia on 21 March, coinciding with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Targeted mainly at primary school aged children, Harmony Day is an effort to demonstrate the… …

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  • 3 harmony — [här′mə nē] n. pl. harmonies [ME armony < OFr harmonie < L harmonia < Gr < harmos, a fitting < IE base * ar > ART3, ARM1] 1. a combination of parts into a pleasing or orderly whole; congruity 2. agreement in feeling, action,… …

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  • 4 Missouri Harmony — The Missouri Harmony, first published in 1820, was the most popular of all frontier shape note tune books during its reign. The 185 songs compiled in the collection were favorites used in Protestant churches and singing schools, and many were… …

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  • 5 Gospel harmony — This article is about attempts to merge, or harmonize, the Christian canonical gospels. For harmony in Christian Gospel music, see Gospel music. The Four Evangelists by Jacob Jordaens, 1625–1630, Louvre. A Gospel harmony is an attempt to merge or …

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  • 6 Apache Harmony — Infobox Software name = Apache Harmony caption = Demonstration of the Apache Harmony running Java 2D Demo collapsible = yes developer = Apache Software Foundation latest release version = 5.0 M7 latest release date = release date|2008|07|31… …

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  • 7 Diverse Harmony — Background information Birth name Diverse Harmony Origin Seattle, Washington, USA Genres …

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  • 8 tune — /toohn, tyoohn/, n., v., tuned, tuning. n. 1. a succession of musical sounds forming an air or melody, with or without the harmony accompanying it. 2. a musical setting of a hymn, poem, psalm, etc., usually in four part harmony. 3. the state of… …

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  • 9 reconcile — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. conciliate, propitiate, placate, appease; harmonize, accord; settle. See pacification, agreement, compromise. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To adjust] Syn. adapt, arrange, regulate, square; see adjust 1 …

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  • 10 tune — /tjun / (say tyoohn), /tʃun/ (say choohn) noun 1. a succession of musical sounds forming an air or melody, with or without the harmony accompanying it. 2. a musical setting of a hymn or psalm, usually in four part harmony. –verb (tuned, tuning)… …

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  • 11 adapt — 1 Adapt, adjust, accommodate, conform, reconcile agree in denoting to bring into correspondence. To adapt is to fit or suit to something; it distinctively implies modification to meet new conditions, frequently with the added suggestion of… …

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  • 12 reconcile — rec·on·cile / re kən ˌsīl/ vb ciled, cil·ing vt 1 a: to restore to harmony reconciled the parties reconciled the marriage b: to bring to resolution …

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  • 13 arbitrate — ar·bi·trate / är bə ˌtrāt/ vb trat·ed, trat·ing vt 1: to act as arbitrator for 2: to bring to arbitration for settlement agreed to arbitrate their dispute vi: to act as arbitrator ar·bi·tra·tive / ˌ …

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  • 14 attune — /euh toohn , euh tyoohn /, v.t., attuned, attuning. 1. to bring into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship; adjust: He has attuned himself to living in the quiet country. 2. Archaic. to tune or bring into harmony, as a musical instrument.… …

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  • 15 tune — I n 1. melody, air, aria, song, ditty, strain, lay; chant, plainsong, hymn, anthem, dirge, chanson, lied, ballad, Inf. pop tune, folk song, carol, lullaby. 2. unison, harmony, concert, agreement, accord, consonance, correspondence, concord,… …

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  • 16 attune — at•tune [[t]əˈtun, əˈtyun[/t]] v. t. tuned, tun•ing 1) to bring into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship; adjust: to attune oneself to country living[/ex] 2) to tune or bring into harmony • Etymology: 1590–1600 …

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  • 17 harmonize — harmonizable, adj. harmonization, n. harmonizer, n. /hahr meuh nuyz /, v., harmonized, harmonizing. v.t. 1. to bring into harmony, accord, or agreement: to harmonize one s views with the new situation. 2. Music. to accompany with appropriate… …

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  • 18 tune — [n1] melody, harmony air, aria, carol, chorus, composition, concert, consonance, descant, diapason, ditty*, harmony, jingle, lay, measure, melodia, motif, number, piece, song, strain, theme, warble; concepts 264,595 Ant. silence tune [n2]… …

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  • 19 tune up — tune [n1] melody, harmony air, aria, carol, chorus, composition, concert, consonance, descant, diapason, ditty*, harmony, jingle, lay, measure, melodia, motif, number, piece, song, strain, theme, warble; concepts 264,595 Ant. silence tune [n2]… …

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  • 20 tune — [to͞on, tyo͞on] n. [ME, var. of tone, TONE] 1. Obs. a sound or tone 2. a) a succession of musical tones forming a rhythmic, catchy whole; melody; air b) a musical setting of a hymn, psalm, poem, etc. 3. the condition of having correct musical… …

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