[ roh ]
/ roʊ /
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- twelve-mile limit,
- twelve-string guitar,
- twelve-tone technique,
Also twelve-note row [twelv-noht roh] /ˈtwɛlv noʊt ˈroʊ/.
Origin of twelve-tone row
First recorded in 1940–45
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