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inverted mordente
Pralltriller Prall"tril`ler, n.; G. pl. -triller. [G.] (Music) A melodic embellishment consisting of the quick alternation of a principal tone with an auxiliary tone above it, usually the next of the scale; -- called also the inverted mordente.
Mordente
Mordente Mor*den"te, n. [It.] (Mus.) An embellishment resembling a trill.
Remordency
Remordency Re*mord"en*cy (-en*s?), n. Remorse; compunction; compassion. [Obs.] --Killingbeck.

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- for other uses, see morden (disambiguation). coordinates: 51°24′05″n 0°11′42″w / 51.4015°n 0.1949°w / 51.4015; -0.1949 morden is a district in the london
- wellington jeffers morden (september 28, 1837 – december 26, 1928) was mayor of hamilton, ontario from 1902 to 1903. hamilton public library biography
- morden-winkler is a provincial electoral division in the canadian province of manitoba. it was created by redistribution in 2008 and was created out of
- morden hall park is a national trust park located on the banks of the river wandle in morden, south london. it covers over 50ha (125 acres) of parkland
- 7538; -2.1285 morden (otherwise moreden) is a village and civil parish in south dorset, england, forming part of the purbeck district. morden is 6 miles
- for other locations with this name, see morden (disambiguation). morden is a city located in the pembina valley region of southern manitoba, canada. it
- ashwell and morden railway station is a wayside railway station in cambridgeshire, england. close to the border with hertfordshire, it is in the hamlet
- mitcham and morden is constituency in greater london represented in the house of commons of the uk parliament since 1997 by siobhain mcdonagh of the labour