Instrumentation [noun]

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That was not related to the engine shutdown and involved an instrumentation problem that NASA said it would resolve “before the next use of the core stage.”

Skeptics will rightly argue that this is more likely to be either a new form of human-generated radio interference or a rare feature of the complex observing instrumentation itself.

Anton Rubinstein had set him a second task—the translation of Gevaerts treatise on Instrumentation.

I must take this opportunity of setting right a little mistake in the instrumentation.

A musician may have mastered the mechanical trick of instrumentation, and yet his works may not be at heart orchestral.

Some parts show an increased knowledge of instrumentation, and seem to bear the impress of a firmer hand.

The instrumentation, also, though quite in the Mozart style has nevertheless, some original characteristics.

Righinis charming Song, and admirable instrumentation are sufficiently known.

His method of carrying out the vocalisation and his instrumentation are thoroughly Italian.

But apart from this, there were very pretty ideas, and much good instrumentation, which would be quite in place in a comic opera.