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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
opus(OH-pus), plural opera (OH-puhr-a, OP-uhr-a) or opuses
noun: A musical or literary composition.
From Latin opus (work).
So what do we call a minor novel or a symphony? The diminutive form of the word opus is opuscule. And a great work is a magnum opus. But let's remember, an octopus is not a collection of eight opera.
"Silva includes a suite from another Waxman horror opus, The Invisible
Ray, that is good enough to make us want more."
What a man says drunk he has thought sober. -Flemish proverb
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