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Sung

Definitions

  • At nine they stopped work and sung as usual
    At nine they stopped work and sung as usual
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Sung the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The song "Strawberry Fields Forever" sung by the Beatles refers to an orphanage located in Liverpool
    • Sung imp. & p. p. of Sing.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: On July 31, 1994, Simon Sang Sung of Singapore turned a single piece of dough into 8,192 noodles in 59.29 seconds
    • n sung A preterit and the past participle of singular
    • n sung The pine or fir, used as a decorative motive in Chinese art.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • pa.t., pa.p Sung sung of sing.
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Quotations

  • Grant M. Bright
    Grant M. Bright
    “Most of us die with much of our beautiful music still in us, un-sung, un-played.”
  • Sir Edward Appleton
    Sir Edward Appleton
    “I do not mind what language an opera is sung in so long as it is an language I do not understand.”
  • Benjamin Franklin
    Benjamin%20Franklin
    “When men and woman die, as poets sung, his heart's the last part moves, her last, the tongue.”
  • Voltaire
    Voltaire
    “Anything that is too stupid to be spoken is sung.”
  • John Dryden
    John%20Dryden
    “War, he sung, is toil and trouble; Honor but an empty bubble.”
  • James J. Corbett
    James J. Corbett
    “Let authors write for glory and reward. The truth is well paid when she is sung and heard.”

Usage

In literature:

Who held in her right hand a budding spray, And like a sea-maid sung her sweetly warbled lay.
"The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles, Vol. 1" by William Lisle Bowles
I shall be told that tones well sung, even unconsciously, are enough.
"How to Sing" by Lilli Lehmann
She had not sung, but neither had she laughed.
"Gideon's Band" by George W. Cable
The upper tone must not only be sung softly, but the throat must be entirely free.
"The Head Voice and Other Problems" by D. A. Clippinger
They had sung together for over sixteen years, some of the members had grown old in the service.
"Sixty Years of California Song" by Margaret Blake-Alverson
Songs like 'Tom o' Bedlam,' mad-songs they were called, were very commonly sung in England in the 17th century.
"Shakespeare and Music" by Edward W. Naylor
The service went well, and the hymns, to the accompaniment of the band, were sung heartily.
"The Great War As I Saw It" by Frederick George Scott
All the choruses, however, were unquestionably sung.
"Some Forerunners of Italian Opera" by William James Henderson
For instance, in the role of Violetta the music of the last act is sung lying down.
"Caruso and Tetrazzini on the Art of Singing" by Enrico Caruso and Luisa Tetrazzini
They are long, consisting of as many as eleven acts, part of them sung, part spoken.
"A Popular History of the Art of Music" by W. S. B. Mathews
Never had Isabel sung like this since she had left her happy home.
"Isabel Leicester" by Clotilda Jennings
Her voice died away; it was the first time she had sung that year, though she was a very perfectly trained musician.
"The Master-Knot of Human Fate" by Ellis Meredith
In my then ignorance I naturally asked: 'Why couldn't you have sung shanties without hoisting the topsail?
"The Shanty Book, Part I, Sailor Shanties" by Richard Runciman Terry
How sweet the periods, neither said nor sung!...
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" by E. Cobham Brewer
The Scriptures were read and a psalm was sung, and then the mother or Hamish offered a few words of prayer.
"Shenac's Work at Home" by Margaret Murray Robertson
They knew the music; they had sung it a thousand times.
"Clayhanger" by Arnold Bennett
They were a merry party, and as usual stories were told and songs sung.
"The Three Lieutenants" by W.H.G. Kingston
His first male chorus was sung there, with great success.
"Contemporary American Composers" by Rupert Hughes
When this line is sung the hands are held up, and moved from the wrists like the wings of birds flapping in the air.
"A History of Nursery Rhymes" by Percy B. Green
In the first act Henry's praise is sung; he has gained the victory for his Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa, over the Italians.
"The Standard Operaglass" by Charles Annesley
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In poetry:

These songs without words are true,
All sung in the April weather--
Music and blossoms together--
I gather and weave them for you.
"With A Bunch Of Spring Flowers" by Kate Seymour Maclean
Yet every exile, wandering lone
Our happy careless homes among,
May live the best his heart has known
Whene'er his country's songs are sung.
"Come, Sing Australian songs to me!" by John O Brien
Than such a boon
What dearer could I deem? the boy himself
Was worthy to be sung, and many a time
Hath Stimichon to me your singing praised.
"Eclogue 5: Menalcas Mopsus" by Publius Vergilius Maro
Eye hath not seen, tongue hath not told,
And ear hath not heard it sung,
How buoyant and bold, though it seem to grow old,
Is the heart, for ever young:
"The Song Of Seventy" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Oh think upon those early days,
When thou to strains I sung would'st listen ;
When thy fond look was my best praise,
And with sweet tears thine eyes would glisten.
"From a Wife to Her Husband in Adversity" by Mary Anne Browne
I could have sung as sweet as any lark
Who in unfettered skies doth find him blest,
And sings to leaning angels prayer and praise,
For in God's garden the most lowly nest.
"The Enemies" by Dora Sigerson Shorter

In news:

" This is, of course, sung to the tune "I'm sexy and I know it" by LMFAO.
The mega-popular country star has even sung with the kids at their school.
There really is nothing you can do that can be done, nothing you can sing that can't be sung.
"It's Thanksgiving": Sung By Nicole Westbrook/Written And Produced By Patrice Wilson, Who Was Also Behind The Creation Of Rebecca Black's "Friday".
On this day back in 1982, "You And I", sung by Eddie Rabbitt and Crystal Gayle entered the pop charts and eventually went to number one on the country charts.
The phrase "omigod" probably wasn't intended to be sung, but, in this show, it actually makes sense.
The Kansas City Health Department temporarily closed Sung Son a Vietnamese Bistro late Friday afternoon due to " excessive " roaches.
Much has been said and sung about the new federal school lunch guidelines.
The theme song is sung by none other than Country Music's own Blake Shelton.
Sung Kook "Bill" Hwang pleaded guilty on behalf of Tiger Asia Management to one count of wire fraud.
Just ask Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera or Miley Cyrus, all of whom have sung hits penned by this 22-year old Brit.
Audience applause begins at the first Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George before a note is sung.
Pianist Helen Sung is a dazzling and passionate player with flawless technique and an exquisite touch.
Information on Olympic athlete Kim Sung -Min on ESPN.com.
Articles on Helen Sung .
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In science:

The presence of several classical and weak T Tauri stars and Herbig Ae/Be objects was also reported (Arias et al. 2007, Sung et al. 2000 and references therein).
Geysers in the Lagoon: new Herbig-Haro objects in M8
The underlying reason for this structural difference may be of kinematical origin, where turbulent motion can compete with ordered rotation because of low rotational velocities in irregulars (Seiden & Gerola 1979; Sung et a. 1998).
The Edge-On Perspective of Bulgeless, Simple Disk Galaxies
Angen ¨aherte Auflsung von Systemen Linearer Gleichungen.
Randomized Extended Kaczmarz for Solving Least-Squares
Eon-Chang Sung et al. showed what may the largest HI bridge of all: a 130 kpc-long bridge between two Blue Compact Dwarf (BCD) irregulars.
The Outer Edges of Dwarf Irregular Galaxies: Stars and Gas
Dzhafarov, E.N., Schweickert, R., & Sung, K. (2004).
Selectivity in Probabilistic Causality: Drawing Arrows from Inputs to Stochastic Outputs
Other popular detection and tracking methods were proposed by Sung and Poggio in 1998, Rowley et al. in 1998 and Roth et al. in 2000. For references and a comparative study of the above mentioned methods, interested readers can refer to and .
Face Expression Recognition and Analysis: The State of the Art
We thank Lars Brink and Sung-Soo Kim for useful discussions at various stages of this work.
The $\mathcal {OSP}(2,2|16)$ superconformal theory is free!
Sung, J., Ghahramani, Z., Bang, S.Y.: Latent-space variational bayes.
Supervised Blockmodelling
If q is only in L ˜p c then t ∈ L2 (R2 ) (according to Sung as corrected by Brown and Uhlmann ) and this suffices for uniqueness.
On the scattering for the $\bar{\partial}$- equation and reconstruction of convection terms
Sung 1994 An inverse scattering transform for the Davey-Stewartson II equations. I J.
On the scattering for the $\bar{\partial}$- equation and reconstruction of convection terms
Sung 1994 An inverse scattering transform for the Davey-Stewartson II equations.
On the scattering for the $\bar{\partial}$- equation and reconstruction of convection terms
Sung 1994 An inverse scattering transform for the Davey-Stewartson II equations.
On the scattering for the $\bar{\partial}$- equation and reconstruction of convection terms
Sung, Initial Boundary Value Problems for Integrable Evolution Equations on the Half Line (preprint).
Boundary Value Problems for Linear PDEs with Variable Coefficients
X-ray emission in NGC 3603 very well, thus confirming the suggestion of Moffat et al. (2002) and Sung & Bessell (2004).
Evolution of X-ray emission from young massive star clusters
Sung & Bessel (2004) used optical color-magnitude diagrams for massive members of NGC 3603 and concluded that the age of the cluster is τSC = 1 ± 1 Myr.
On the X-ray Emission from Massive Star Clusters and their Evolving Superbubbles
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