Seventh may refer to:
- Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution
Other articles related to "seventh":
... Diminished seventh, a chromatically reduced minor seventh interval Major seventh, the larger of two commonly occurring musical intervals that span seven diatonic scale ...
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... The Seventh Five-Year Plan (1985–90) proposed expenditures of Rs29 billion ... budget speech of the minister of finance, however, implied that for the interim, the goals of the seventh plan were being followed ...
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... The dominant seventh chord in root position contains a (d5) tritone within its pitch construction it occurs between the third and seventh above the root ... sixth chords, some of which are enharmonic to dominant seventh chords, contain tritones spelled as augmented fourths (for example, the German sixth, from A to D♯ in the key of A minor) the French sixth chord can ... The half-diminished seventh chord contains the same tritone, while the fully diminished seventh chord is made up of two superposed tritones a minor third apart ...
Famous quotes containing the word seventh:
she looked up the path
her lover would take
as far as her eyes could see.
On the roads,
at the end of day
as night slid over the sky.
The travellers pained wife
took a single step towards home,
said, Could he not have come at this instant?
and quickly craning her neck around,
looked up the path again.”
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)
“Im not making light of prayers here, but of so-called school prayer, which bears as much resemblance to real spiritual experience as that freeze-dried astronaut food bears to a nice standing rib roast. From what I remember of praying in school, it was almost an insult to God, a rote exercise in moving your mouth while daydreaming or checking out the cutest boy in the seventh grade that was a far, far cry from soul-searching.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“Thus we steadily worship Mammon, both school and state and church, and on the seventh day curse God with a tintamar from one end of the Union to the other.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)