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The extended decrescendo ending -- also sans vocals -- is as breathtaking as the build-up.
In Iraq, the English word hello has become entrenched in the parting protocol, usually as a decrescendo—HELLO,
At a time when Silicon Valley has been forced to publicly grapple with issues of sexism, the decrescendo of Mayer’s tenure is doubly unfortunate; there are so few female leaders in tech, and Mayer was seen by many as a female leader where few exist.
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Origin and Etymology of decrescendo
First Known Use: 1877See Words from the same year
First Known Use of decrescendo
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