What does a tempo mean?

Definitions for a tempoɑ ˈtɛm poʊ

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  1. Harold Rosenberg:

    American time has stretched around the world. It has become the dominant tempo of modern history, especially of the history of Europe.

  2. Fabrice Bregier:

    In the long-term, I believe we will move to an evolution of the A380. But you are not the one to give us the tempo, we are the ones to decide.

  3. British Prime Minister David Cameron:

    I've already upped the tempo, i will be in the next few days taking to the streets and taking this message about how we should continue with the plan that's working.

  4. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    você pode ser um desi, se você juntar extensão da escola da Ivy League para um programa de certificação em tempo parcial, de modo que seu perfil do LinkedIn mostra o selo da Ivy League.

  5. Ernst Hogendoorn:

    Boko Haram has certainly suffered a strategic setback ... Clearly this improves Goodluck Jonathan's chances somewhat, the question is do any of these forces have the ability to maintain this tempo, particularly the Chadians and to a lesser degree the Nigerians?

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