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  • 1 Diminished seventh chord — on C  Play ( …

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  • 2 Diminished triad chord — diminished triad Component intervals from root diminished fifth (tritone) minor third root …

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  • 3 Diminished unison — Inverse augmented octave Name Other names augmented unison (depending on context) Abbreviation dim1 Size Semitones …

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  • 4 Diminished second — Inverse augmented seventh Name Other names Abbreviation d2[1] Size …

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  • 5 Diminished third — Inverse augmented sixth Name Other names Abbreviation d3[1] Size …

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  • 6 diminished capacity — di·min·ished capacity /də mi nisht / n 1: an abnormal mental condition that renders a person unable to form the specific intent necessary for the commission of a crime (as first degree murder) but that does not amount to insanity – called also… …

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  • 7 Diminished seventh — Inverse augmented second Name Other names Abbreviation d7[1] Size …

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  • 8 Diminished fourth — Inverse augmented fifth Name Other names Abbreviation d4[1] Size …

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  • 9 Diminished major seventh chord — Diminished major seventh chord.  Play …

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  • 10 Diminished sixth — Inverse augmented third Name Other names Abbreviation d6[1] Size …

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  • 11 Diminished value — is the reduction in a vehicle s market value occurring after a vehicle is wrecked and repaired, otherwise called accelerated depreciation.[citation needed] A reasonable person will not pay the same price for a wrecked, then repaired vehicle, as… …

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  • 12 Diminished octave — Inverse augmented unison Name Other names Abbreviation d8[1] Size …

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  • 13 Diminished Capacity — Theatrical release poster Directed by Terry Kinney Produced by …

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  • 14 Diminished rhombicosidodecahedron — Type Johnson J75 J76 J77 Faces …

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  • 15 diminished responsibility — noun Limitation in law of criminal responsibility on the grounds of mental weakness or abnormality, not merely of actual insanity • • • Main Entry: ↑diminish * * * diminished responsibility UK US noun [uncountable] legal a situation in which… …

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  • 16 Diminished — is to make smaller or less or to cause to appear so. Diminished may also refer to: Diminution in Music Diminished: A song in alternative rock band R.E.M. s 1998 album Up↑ …

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  • 17 diminished — diminished; un·diminished; …

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  • 18 diminished — [də min′isht] adj. 1. made smaller; lessened; reduced 2. Music lessened by a half step: said of intervals or of chords formed with such an interval * * * …

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  • 19 Diminished capacity in United States law — provides for reduced penalties for certain offenders with mental illness. The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines provide, A downward departure may be warranted if (1) the defendant committed the offense while suffering from a significantly reduced mental …

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  • 20 Diminished tuning — is a system of choosing the reeds for a diatonic wind instrument (such as a harmonica or accordion) in which the blow notes repeat a sequence of C E♭ F♯ A and draw notes follow a repeating sequence of D F G♯ B (perhaps shifted to begin with E♭… …

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