Synonyms for oubli or Related words with oubli

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Examples of "oubli"
The poem below, "Puis qu'en oubli", is his 18th rondeau.
Pentadin, a sweet-tasting protein, was discovered and isolated in 1989, in the fruit of Oubli ("Pentadiplandra brazzeana Baillon"), a climbing shrub growing in some tropical countries of Africa.
Brazzein is found in the extracellular region, in the pulp tissue surrounding the seeds. With pentadin, discovered in 1989, brazzein is the second sweet-tasting protein discovered in the Oubli fruit.
Brazzein is a sweet-tasting protein extracted from the West African fruit of the climbing plant Oubli ("Pentadiplandra brazzeana" Baillon). It was first isolated by the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1994.
The Oubli plant (from which the protein was isolated) grows in Gabon and Cameroon, where its fruit has been consumed by the apes and local people for a long time. Due to brazzein and pentadin, the berries of the plant are incredibly sweet. African locals call them "Oubli" (French for "forgot") in their vernacular language because their taste is said to encourage nursing infants to forget their mother's milk, as once they eat them they are said to forget to come back to the village to see their mother.
The plant grows in Gabon and Cameroon, where the fruit has been consumed by the apes and the natives for a long time. The berries of the plant were incredibly sweet African locals call them "Oubli" (French for "forgot") in their vernacular language because their taste helps nursing infants forget their mother's milk as once they eat it they forget to come back to the village to see their mother.
The lyrics of Machaut's works almost always dealt with courtly love. A few works exist to commemorate a particular event, such as M18, "Bone Pastor/Bone Pastor/Bone Pastor." Machaut mostly composed in five genres: the lai, the virelai, the motet, the ballade, and the rondeau. In these genres, Machaut retained the basic "formes fixes", but often utilized creative text setting and cadences. For example, most rondeau phrases end with a long melisma on the penultimate syllable. However, a few of Machaut's rondeaux, such as R18 "Puis qu'en oubli", are mostly syllabic in treatment.
Immediately following Rudolf Brazda's death, numerous organizations and officials in France paid tribute to his memory. Among those releasing statements were Marc Laffineur, secretary of state for the Ministry of Defense and Veterans Affairs; the Socialist Party (France); Ian Brossat, president of the French Communist Party/Left Party (France) caucus of the Paris City Council; Jean-Luc Romero, president of Elus Locaux Contre le Sida (Local Elected Officials Against AIDS); the AIDS activist organization ACT UP–Paris; Les Oubli-é-es de la Mémoire; and the Mémorial de la Déportation Homosexuelle, a national French association that commemorates the homosexual victims of Nazi persecution.
In this example, a set of three pitches multiplied with a set of two pitches gives a new set of 3 × 2 pitches. Given the limited space of modulo 12 arithmetic, when using this procedure very often duplicate tones are produced, which are generally omitted. This technique was used most famously in Boulez's 1955 "Le marteau sans maître", as well as in his Third Piano Sonata, "Pli selon pli", "Eclat" (and "Eclat multiples"), "Figures-Doubles-Prisms", "Domaines", and "Cummings ist der Dichter", as well as the withdrawn choral work, "Oubli signal lapidé" (1952) (; ; ).
"Structures, Book I" was a turning point for Boulez. Recognising a lack of expressive flexibility in the language (described in his essay "At the Limit of Fertile Land...") Boulez loosened the strictness of total serialism into a more supple and strongly gestural music: "I am trying to rid myself of my thumbprints and taboos", he wrote to Cage. His first venture into this new kind of serialism was a work for twelve solo voices titled "Oubli signal lapidé" (1952), but it was withdrawn after a single performance. Its material was reused in the 1970 composition "Cummings ist der Dichter".