See also:drift or general meaning of a statement or discourse, hence, in
See also:law, the true purport and effect of a deed or instrument . The most general use of the word is, in
See also:music, for the highest kind of the natural adult male
See also:voice . This use descends from the
See also:Medieval Latin tenor, which was applied first to the chief melody, the cantus firmus, and then to the male voice to which the singing of this was assigned .
ALFRED TENNYSON TENNYSON
TENREC (Centetes ecaudatus)
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