G clef

  1. a clef that puts the G above middle C on the second line of a staff
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  • The fellow will work closely with the full-time faculty in Plastic Surgery as well as faculty in related specialties for experience in managing cleft lip and palate, craniofacial anomalies, dermatologic and vascular malformations, congenital anomalies of the eye and adnexa, pediatric hand, and general pediatric plastic surgical problems. Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship
  • That man in the Day-Glo hard hat wolf-whistling is now an urban regenerator and the tempting cleft peeping from his waistband announces his urban regenerator's bum. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Following the lead of one Thomas Aquinas, it was thought that the unicorn probably had attributes of both: thus he was pictured as being a goat with a horse's head, or having cleft hooves before and solid hooves behind.
  • You plunge into a winding cleft whose strata swirl across cliffs like a serrated knife through butter.
  • And it can also result in some other types of anomalies including cleft lip or palate, abnormalities of speech or phonation, and in some patients, even development of learning differences or learning difficulties. Tetralogy of Fallot — Preparing for your Baby's Delivery
  • He also said the pianist may benefit from singing or playing individual parts, especially when there are transposing parts or those that use transposing clefs.
  • Again, there was the insect house, where she lifted the blinds of the little cages, and marveled at the purple circles marked upon the rich tussore wings of some lately emerged and semi – conscious butterfly, or at caterpillars immobile like the knobbed twigs of a pale – skinned tree, or at slim green snakes stabbing the glass wall again and again with their flickering cleft tongues. Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • The G clef is used for the upper staff of keyboard music, the soprano voice, and the high instruments (e.g. violin or flute).
  • Most cells were polygonal and mononuclear in form with ovoid nuclei, occasionally showing clefting.
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