Her father was leaving the courtroom.
depends on the instrument. for a brass instrument, you can use an actual mute, play straight into your music stand, or put a valve or two halfway down.
People are supposed to stand when any judge enters any courtroom; it is customary, and a sign of respect for the law as represented by the judge.
People are supposed to stand when any judge enters any courtroom; it is customary, and a sign of respect for the judge and his office.
Courtroom: The room where a judge presides over hearings and trials, sometimes with a jury
You stand whenever the balliff or court officer tells you to. Usually this is done when the Judge enters and leaves the courtroom.
They stand up because they're showing their respect to him, I think...
guilty, not guilty or stand mute
You do not have to bow but it is customary to rise and stand until the judge enters the courtroom. Also, the judge should all be address as your honor.
He tells her to stand up.
Stand and remove hats to show respect
The Blacks in the courtroom stand, which they did as a sign of respect. The Reverend told the children to stand up, too.
I think it is Csus2 if you mute the low e string
Nothing. It refers to the "bar" in a courtroom that separates laymen officers of the court or of the bench.
To quite the piece of music
The people in the balcony stand up when Atticus is leaving the courtroom. They stand to show him their respect. Scout and Jem haven't yet understood this; the Reverend tells them to stand, too.
Everybody is expected to stand until the judge is seated at the bench.
Hellen Keller Is a Mute Girl!!!!!!!!!
To show respect for what Atticus has done for the black people in Maycomb.
Do you mean the one to mute the sound/volume of the cello? It's either called 'mute', 'sourdini' or (as mine says) 'tourte'.
No. But if you cannot stand it just do what I do. Play with friends and mute everyone else.
the x means you must mute the note
Courtroom funds are a share of courtroom contributions. Courtroom contributions are donations made by individuals or institutions to a person, or their campaigns for election, or reelection.