Passage

Passage may refer to:

In music:
* Section (music), a complete musical idea
* Period (music), about 8 measures
* Phrase (music), about 4 to 8 measures
* "Passage" ("Carpenters" album), an album by American brother/sister duo The Carpenters
* "Passage" (Samael album), an album by Swiss band Samael
* "Passage" (Bloodrock album), an album by the Texan hard rock band
* The Passage (band), a punk rock band from the UK
* The Safe Passage Clause (band), a Rock band from Seattle Washington
* "Passages", an album by Philip Glass
* "The Passage", song by Bradley Joseph on the 1997 album "Rapture".

In other meanings:
* Passage of scripture (see Pericope), a selection of verses from a book of the Bible
* Passage (architecture), a long room or hall leading to other rooms
* Passage (dressage) a horse's high-legged trot
* Passage Island (disambiguation)
* A narrow street with walls or buildings on both sides
* Strait, a narrow channel of water that connects two larger bodies of water
* "Passage" (novel), a science fiction novel by Connie Willis
* The Passage, an upscale department store in Saint Petersburg, Russia
* The Passage (Battlestar Galactica), an episode of the science fiction television series
* "The Passage" (film), a 1979 film starring James Mason and Malcolm McDowell
* "The Passage" (2007 film), a film by Mark Heller
* Passage (2008 film), a documentary about Arctic explorers
* "The Passage" (album), a 2004 album by steelpan player Andy Narell
* "Passage" (game), a computer game
* In legislative procedure, an official agreement of a bill or act by a parliament
* Passage West, a town in County Cork, Ireland

ee also

* Corridor
* Le Passage
* Passaging, in cell culture


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  • Passage — (de) …   Kölsch Dialekt Lexikon

  • Passage — Passage …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • passage — [ pasaʒ ] n. m. • 1160; sens II 1080; de passer I ♦ Action, fait de passer. 1 ♦ (En traversant un lieu, en passant par un endroit). Lieu, voie de passage. Passage interdit. Passage protégé, lorsque la voie principale est prioritaire au croisement …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Passage — Pas sage, n. [F. passage. See {Pass}, v. i.] 1. The act of passing; transit from one place to another; movement from point to point; a going by, over, across, or through; as, the passage of a man or a carriage; the passage of a ship or a bird;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • passage — Passage, m. penac. Signifie tantost l allée et le voyage d un lieu à autre, Profectio. Le passage de l armée est dangereux, Plena periculi res est, exercitus praefectio. Prendre un Faulcon au passage, Accipitrem in ipsa migratione intercipere. Et …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • passage — Passage. s. m. v. Action de passer. Durant le passage de l armée. je ne veux point de maison sur ce chemin là, elle est trop sujette au passage des gens de guerre. durant le passage des ramiers. des hirondelles, des cailles. On appelle, Oyseaux… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • passage — pas‧sage [ˈpæsɪdʒ] noun [uncountable] LAW the progress of a law, bill etc through parliament before it takes effect: • A month after its passage, Italy s insider trading law is continuing to stir debate. passage of • One result of the oil crisis… …   Financial and business terms

  • Passage — (französisch für „Durchgang“) steht für einen Seeweg Passagierbeförderung im Luftverkehr, siehe Flugreise eine Landenge (z. B. die Philadelphi Passage) die Passage Insel, eine der australischen Bellevue Inseln eine astronomischen Erscheinung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Passage — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Cuarto disco de estudio de la banda suiza Samael. Nuevamente bajo la producción de Waldemar Sorychta, Samael consolidó el nuevo sonido en que se había embarcado desde Ceremony of Opposites, aunque ahora bastante más… …   Wikipedia Español

  • passage — / passageway [n1] path for travel access, alley, alleyway, avenue, channel, corridor, course, doorway, entrance, entrance hall, exit, gap, hall, hallway, lane, line, lobby, opening, pathway, road, route, shaft, subway, thoroughfare, tunnel,… …   New thesaurus


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