Synonyms for deff or Related words with deff


Examples of "deff"
Roland C. Wagner had written under multiple pseudonyms, including Richard Wolfram and Red Deff.
Rakesh Roshan designer Donna Karan, Deff Leppard musician Rick Allen and NBA coach Pat Riley.
"Deff Skwadron", written by Gordon Rennie, is one of the few comics written from the Ork perspective and so gives an insight into Flyboyz and Smartboyz.
Timbrel or tabret (the "tof" of the ancient Hebrews, the "deff" of Islam, the "adufe" of the Moors of Spain), the principal musical instrument of percussion of the Israelites, similar to the modern tambourine.
Timbrel or tabret (the "tof" of the ancient Hebrews, the "deff" of Islam, the "adufe" of the Moors of Spain), the principal musical instrument of percussion of the Israelites, similar to the modern tambourine.
Universal, Motown, MCA, Sony, Bad Boy Entertainment, Columbia, Def Jam/Island, Loud, Atlantic, Arista, Warner Bros., Slip N' Slide Records, Ruthless Records, TVT Records, SoSo Deff, D-3 Entertainment, TK Records, JoeyBoy Records, Luke Records, Vision Records.
The Almighty RSO was a hip hop group from Boston, Massachusetts. Members included MCs E-Devious (Marco Antonio Ennis, later known as Antonio Twice Thou), Ray Dog (Ray Scott, later known as Benzino), Tony Rhome and DJ Deff Jeff.
In October 2010, the creation of a "Defence of the Ancients" (DotA) squad was announced, which included the best Ukrainian players. Initially the team was composed of Oleksandr "XBOxT" Dashkevych, Artur "Goblak" Kostenko, Bogdan "Axypa" Boychuk, Oleksandr "Deff" Stepaniuc, and Andriy "Mag~" Chipenko. However, in December 2010, Mag~ and Deff- left the team. The empty slots on the team were filled by Ukrainian players from "DTS.Chatrix"—Danil "Dendi" Ishutin, Davis Brianne "Tacxz" Tacorda, and Ivan "Artstyle" Antonov, who became the captain of this new squad.
Criminal Nation was an American hip-hop group whose members included D-Rob, Spade, Bumpy, Wojack, MC Deff, Clee-Bone and Eugenius. The group was active from 1990 to 1992 and then briefly in 2000, originally they were signed to Nastymix Records, but the 2000 incarnation were signed to Ocean Records.
Frame drums are common throughout the world. There are "tar", "bendir", "bodhran", "deff", "duff", and many others. Many Native American cultures use the frame drum in ceremony and celebration. These drums seem simple, but are capable of great nuance and sophistication.
T. Money currently resides in Detroit, MI where he owns his own label Hyped International Records (1991–present). He has signed various local acts to Hyped International including K-Stone, B-Deff, Eric McAfee, and Pinnacle. He continues to release albums on this label, including the latest double album Second and Antoinette with mixing and mastering completed at Studio A in Detroit.
Chali 2na was also featured on Lyrics Born's "Everywhere at Once" album, performing on "Hott 2 Deff". Lyrics Born was also the MC for The Deadliest Catch Tour 2009. This hip hop tour featured Chali 2na, Gift of Gab and Mr. Lif.
James Joyce read the book and parodied the conversations with Wilde in "Finnegans Wake", in which Wilde spouts gibberish to a medium, "Tell the woyld I have lived true thousand hells. Pity, please, lady, for poor O.W. in this profundust snobbing I have caught. Nine dirty years mine age, hairs hoar, mummeries failend, snowdrift to my elpow, deff as Adder. I askt you, dear lady, to judge on my tree by our fruits. I gave you of the tree."
The Library collaborates with various external institutions, e.g. Denmark’s Electronic Research Library (DEFF), on providing services for researchers and students. This has resulted in the development of a number of online resources on plagiarism (, academic information management (the UB-test), and information literacy (BINKO 2.0). This last is an open source tool, and can be freely used by educational establishments who can customize it for their own students.
Trouble in the Hood is the second album released by rap group, Criminal Nation. It was released in 1992 for Nastymix Records and was produced by the groups producers, Eugenius and Mark Womack its lead rapper, MC Deff. Trouble in the Hood peaked at #75 on the Billboard charts' Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and featured the bass guitar work of Matt McClinton and also synthesizer and keyboard work of producer/musician M.A.S.. It would also be the group's last album for another eight years until 2000's Resurrection.
The "barbat" was a variety of "rebab", a bass instrument, differing only in size and number of strings. This is quite in accordance with what we know of the nomenclature of musical instruments among Persians and Arabs, with whom a slight deviation in the construction of an instrument called for a new name. The word "barbud" applied to the barbiton is said to be derived from a famous musician living at the time of Chosroes II. (A.D. 590-628), who excelled in playing upon the instrument. From a later translation of part of the same authority into German we obtain the following reference to Persian musical instruments: "Die Sänger stehen bei seinem Gastmahl; in ihrer Hand Barbiton und Leyer und Laute und Flöte und Deff (Handpauke)." Mr Ellis, of the Oriental Department of the British Museum, has kindly supplied the original Persian names translated above, "i.e." (i.) "barbut", (ii.) "chang", (iii.) "rubāb", (iv.) "nei". The barbut and rubab thus were different instruments as late as the 19th century in Persia. There were but slight differences if any between the archetypes of the pear-shaped rebab and of the lute before the application of the bow to the former—both had vaulted backs, body and neck in one, and gut strings plucked by the fingers.