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Literary usage of Mancando
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1. Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Francis Lieber, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1831)
"... which, in the promised land, was settled, half beyond the Jordan, and half in the territory of Samaria, Sichern and Bethany. (See Hebrews.) mancando ..."
2. The HarmoniconMusic (1823)
"l strange, When her false-hood does ex - - cuse thee dead and thou art free, She doth live, but dead to j) mancando. IL Love no more, since she is gone ..."
3. Godfrey Weber's General Music Teacher: Adapted to Self-instruction, Both for by Gottfried Weber (1841)
"Compare mancando. 'SLIDE. A musical ornament, usually consisting of two notes gradually ascending or descending to the principal note, thua: *SLUR. ..."
4. Adams' New Musical Dictionary of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases by John Stowell Adams (1865)
"mancando. (Ita.) A gradual decrease in the quantity of tone, terminating iu an almost ... An abbreviation of mancando. Mandola. (Ita.) A mandoline. ..."
5. Proceedings by International Geographical Union General Assembly, International Geographical Union, Cantors Assembly (U.S.) (1882)
"Per determinare questi movimenti in modo assoluto bisognerebbe riferire le quote di un dato punto a due piani fissi; ma questi mancando, si è ridotti a ..."