alto en Chino
alto en Chino
“An alto,” Samuel Heckler said.
Engelbart decided to do the live demonstration with a colleague at ARC in Palo Alto, participating remotely to boot.
For four days the agent waited at Pinos Altos, but not a single Apache appeared.
If not across the Bay, then up the Golden Gate or down 101 to Los Altos or La Honda...
Xerox later applied the mouse to its revolutionary Alto computer system in 1973.
Williams brandy, made for example in the Alto Adige province, contains a whole pear.
Tom plays the baritone saxophone and Mary plays the alto saxophone.
I was a better alto but was selected as a mezzo-soprano.
She joined the Altos last season as a founding member.
The saxophone that most individuals are familiar with is the alto sax.
(of a musical instrument) the second highest instrument in a family of musical instruments: pitch
of or being the highest male voice; having a range above that of tenor: high, countertenor, high-pitched
a singer whose voice lies in the alto clef: singer, countertenor, vocalizer, vocaliser, vocalist
of or being the lowest female voice: low-pitched, contralto, low
the lowest female singing voice: singing voice, contralto
(of a musical instrument) second highest member of a group: high, high-pitched
the pitch range of the lowest female voice: pitch
the highest adult male singing voice: singing voice, countertenor