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In 2020, Facebook announced Project Aria, which uses AR-enabled glasses to map the terrain of the public and some private spaces.Why Facebook is using Ray-Ban to stake a claim on our faces|S.A. Applin|September 15, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The concluding aria from Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” is all about the count pleading forgiveness for his infidelity and she’s responding by saying, “I forgive you, because I am kinder than you.”Revisiting ‘The Visitors’: An oral history of Ragnar Kjartansson’s multimedia masterpiece|Sebastian Smee, Gabriel Florit, Joanne Lee|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
One possible side effect of aducanumab is an inflammation of the brain known as ARIA, and the condition is more common among people with a genetic predisposition to developing Alzheimer’s.The First Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease Is Here|Alice Park|June 7, 2021|Time
The Aria has a ceramic interior, which means it doesn’t use Teflon or other nonstick coatings.
It was as dark a piece of writing as has been in the show, and an amazing aria of despair.Scandal’s Most Scandalous Character: Jeff Perry on Playing Cyrus|Kevin Fallon|February 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The basic premise of the fan fic is that Hanna, Spencer, and Aria are all pregnant.50 Shades of Fall TV: New Girl, Scandal, and More Television Fan Fiction|Amy Zimmerman|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Anna Netrebko, Russian star of the Metropolitan Opera, wrapped up Friday's Lincoln Center events with a stirring aria.
And I really wanted Aria to move on to another relationship.
“I think you should look me up in a couple years,” he tells Aria in Unbelievable.
In the orchestration of the aria from Undine, he says, the pianoforte plays an important and really beautiful part.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Without a curtain, or something of the sort, the Aria will be devoid of all meaning, and ruined!Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Volume 1 of 2|Lady Wallace
Every composition used in instruction, be it simple exercise or elaborate aria, should be first of all melodious.The Psychology of Singing|David C. Taylor
The laces made in the Greek islands probably owe their origin to Venice, showing the same “punti in aria.”Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
I never listened to anything more magnificently done than Lascelle's singing of the big baritone aria.Memoirs of an American Prima Donna|Clara Louise Kellogg
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A piece of music for one voice (or occasionally two voices) in an opera, oratorio, or cantata. In contrast with recitative singing, arias are melodious; in contrast with ordinary songs, arias are usually elaborate.