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whiskey tenor

n. a strained tenor. Four whiskey tenors do not a barbershop quartet make.
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Since their big debut as top finalists on "America's Got Talent," the tenors have been thrilling audiences with their vocal prowess and songs and music ranging from gospel, to country, to Broadway, pop and classical.
The BSP introduced a middle tenor or a second shorter-dated TDF to further refined its market-based approach to monetary operations.
The 182-day tenor was similarly sold at the full amount of P6 billion after attracting tenders totaling P13.
Based on our initial discussion with the banks, these are initial and preliminary discussions, they prefer a third tenor, probably a cross between the seven and 28 days.
The Tenors of the 21st Century of Moscow will be joined by guest artist Alkistis Protospaltis in Limassol on Wednesday to perform in a gala concert to support the Sophia Foundation for children.
Trades can be easily placed by simply choosing the desired asset, tenor, investment amount and the trade direction (Call or Put).
It was summer Down Under when the Australian vocal singing group The Ten Tenors started its current extensive North American tour in Oklahoma late January.
How such an ergonomically difficult musical instrument as the double tenor pan has been able to spread so widely in steelbands, whereas the topologies of these metallophones from Trinidad and Tobago rather evolved towards rationalization ?
Berk Euzbek is tenor known for a variety of works, including "Napolitane Alla Turca," "Renaissance Orchestra" and "Symphonic Hymns.
Best tenor Horn: Helen Clark, Rochdale Borough Youth.
El Tenor won 102 races - all opens - during the late 1990s and early part of 2000.
You have the classics like 'O Holy Night' and 'Silent Night,' but there are songs that are not necessarily Christmas-specific," explained tenor Victor Micallef.
The volume follows the tenor through the warp and weft of the tenorista of the ars nova to the birth of opera at the end of the sixteenth century.
For Tim the tenor is the voice that really inspires.