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In music, a key is a family of tones whose regular members are called diatonic tones, and named key tone (or tonic) or one (or eight), mediant or three, dominant or five, subdominant or four, submediant or six, supertonic or two, and subtonic or seven. Chromatic tones are temporary members of a key, under such names as sharp four, flat seven, etc.
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In architecture a key is a piece of wood used as a wedge. The last board of a floor when laid down is also called the key. In plastering, the term key is applied to that part of the plastering which is forced through between the laths and holds the rest in place.
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[database] Musicals where the songs are all part of the Soul Music genre ...
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[singer] Kim Ki-bum (Hangul: {linktext|김|기|범}; Hanja: {linktext|金|起|範}; born September 23, 1991), better known by his stage name Key (Hangul: {linktext|키}), is a South Korean idol singer, rapper, dancer, actor, radio host, MC, and promotional model. He is best known as the vocalist, lead dancer, and lead rapper of the South Ko
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[Son, Ambulance album] Key is the second full-length from Omaha, NE`s Son, Ambulance. It is the 71st release from Saddle Creek Records. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== Musicians Production Artwork ...
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[engineering] In mechanical engineering, a key is a machine element used to connect a rotating machine element to a shaft. The key prevents relative rotation between the two parts and may enable torque transmission. For a key to function, the shaft and rotating machine element must have a keyway and a keyseat, which is a slot and pocket in
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A signal to move on to the next step in a skydive
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In encryption, a key is a sequence of characters used to encode and decode a file. You can enter a key in two formats
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A low, insular BANK of sand, coral, etc., as one of the islets off the southern coast of Florida.
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[n] - United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessing the British attack on Baltimore during the War of 1812 2. [n] - a coral reef off the southern coast of Florida 3. [n] - any of 24 major or minor diatonic scales that provide the tonal framework for a piece of music 4. [n] - a list of words or phrases that expla
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In an encryption system, the encryption algorithm is generally assumed to be known. What is kept secret is the key (however a key may be a public key or a private key). There are many different forms of key, each of which can be regarded as a string of meaningless bits until it is used, as input to the encryption algorithm, to encode or decode a me
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Branching and statement keys. Both are used to find out what something is.
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The control of a dynamics processing device by an external audio signal.
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Unique identifiers such as ID numbers, file references, etc. logically associated with an image document and used as index information.
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(In topic `Security`) A key is a string of bits used widely in cryptography to enable the encryption & decryption of data
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The promotion code which appears somewhere on each subscription order (see also “Source code�)
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The pitch reference for A diatonic scale
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1. The screw that controls ink flow from the ink fountain of a printing press.
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To roughen a surface to provide a better grip when it is being glued; also the surface so roughened.
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Key (kē) noun [ Middle English keye , key , kay , Anglo-Saxon cæg .] 1. An instrument by means of which the bolt of a lock is shot or drawn; usually, a removable metal instrument fitted to the mechanism of a particular lock and operated by turning in its plac
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Key transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Keved ; present participle & verbal noun Keying .] To fasten or secure firmly; to fasten or tighten with keys or wedges. Francis. To key up . (a) (Architecture)
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Key noun (Teleg.) A metallic lever by which the circuit of the sending or transmitting part of a station equipment may be easily and rapidly opened and closed; any device for closing or opening an electric circuit.
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Key noun A simplified version or analysis which accompanies something as a clue to its explanation, a book or table containing the solutions to problems, ciphers, allegories, or the like, or a table or synopsis of conspicuous distinguishing characters of members of a taxonomic group.
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To fasten or secure firmly; to fasten or tighten with keys or wedges. To key up. ... To raise the pitch of. Hence, fig, to produce nervous tension in. ... Origin: Keved; Keying. ... 1. An instrument by means of which the bolt of a lock is shot or drawn; usually, a removable metal instrument fitted to the mechanism of a particular lock and operated
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tonality noun any of 24 major or minor diatonic scales that provide the tonal framework for a piece of music
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