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Viola
   is a character in   
Twelfth Night
Lawrence Dutton
   is associated with the   
Viola
B. 1954, member Emerson String Quartet
Opus 20
   is   
Septet for Bassoon, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola and Cello
Also arranged for Piano Trio, op. 38
Opus 25
   is   
Serenade for Flute, Violin & Viola in D Major
Transcribed later for flute and piano, op. 41
Opus 42
   is   
Notturno for Piano & Viola in D Major
After op. 8
Opus 81, No. 2
   is   
Sextet for Horns, Violins, Viola & Cello
Sometimes called op. 81b
Her Last Affaire (1936)
   starred   
Hugh Williams, Viola Keats and Francis L. Sullivan
Director: Michael Powell. Also starred Sophie Stewart, Felix Aylmer & Cecil Parker. Plot: The wife of a politician is found dead at a country inn, where she had been seen with the politicians secretary....
Costa Viola
   is from the appellation   
Calabria
The Viola
   is a member of the   
Strings Section
A bowed string instrument and the middle voice of the violin family between the violin and the cello. the viola is a perfect fifth below the violin.
Solaris (2002)
   starred   
George Clooney, Natascha McElhone and Viola Davis
Director: Steven Soderbergh. Also starred Jeremy Davis, Ulrich Tukur & John Cho. Plot: A troubled psychologist is sent to investigate the crew of an isolated research station orbiting a bizarre planet.
The Schubert Album
   features   
Viola
For voice and piano
Nervy George Rag
   was composed by   
Viola Dominique
1903
Béla Bartók
   composed   
Viola Concerto
Unfinished at the time of Bartók's death in 1945
William Walton
   composed   
Viola Concerto
1929
Walton
   composed   
1 Viola Concerto
Bartok
   composed   
1 Viola Concerto
His last composition, incomplete
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Sinfonia Concertante in E Flat for Violin and Viola
K. 364
Florida Violet
   has the Latin name   
Viola
Viola Davis
   for her role in   
Fences (2016)
As Rose Maxson
Depeche Mode
   released the album   
Violator (1990)
Net Violation
   means   
When a Player Comes in Contact With the Net
The ball is then awarded to the other team
Black Hole Information Paradox
   states that   
Black Holes Violate a Commonly Assumed Tenet of Science - That Informtion Cannot Be Destroyed
Iwan Serrurier
   invented   
The Moviola
Upright film editing machine. (1924), USA
Tuna
   means   
A Player Who Commits a Very Flagrant Net Violation
Chicken of the sea
Violated (1953)
   starred   
Wim Holland, Lili Dawn and Mitchell Kowall
Director: Walter Strate. Also starred Vicki Carlson, William Martel & Jason Niles. Plot: Psycho stalks the streets of Greenwich Village, killing and scalping his victims.
Center Line Violation
   means   
When a Player from One Team Crosses OVER the Center Line, Often Endangering Other Players
There is no violation for standing ON the center line, only for crossing over it
Violaceous Trogon
   belong to the order   
Coliiformes
Also Trogoniformes. Inhabits rainforest edges from Mexico to Amazonia
A “Shot”
   is   
A Written Report of Rules Violation.
Exclusionary Rule
   is the legal term for   
Evidence Obtained Illegally or in Violation of Defendants Rights That Must Be Excluded from Trial
Violaceous Trogon
   belong to the order   
Trogoniformes
Also coliformes. Inhabits rainforest edges from Mexico to Amazonia
Beach Morning Glory
   has the Latin name   
Ipomoea Violacea
10-92
   means   
Parking Violation
"João Voz E Violão"
   was released by   
João Gilberto
2001 - Best World Music Album






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