Coda


Coda

Coda can denote any concluding event, summation, or section.

Coda may also refer to:

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Acronyms

  • Calgary Olympic Development Association, the former name of the Canadian Winter Sport Institute, a non profit organization
  • CEBAF On-line Data Acquisition, a system of the continuous electron beam accelerator facility
  • Child Of Deaf Adult, a hearing person who was raised by a deaf parent or guardian
  • Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA), a twelve-step program
  • COmponent Detection Algorithm, a mass spectrometry and chemometrics software algorithm
  • Coordinadora de Organizaciones de Defensa Ambiental, a coalition of Spanish environmental groups, now merged into Ecologists in Action
  • CODA (Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association), an amateur theatre company located in Croydon, UK

Automotive

  • Coda Automotive, an electric motor vehicle company headquartered in Southern California

Ballet

  • Coda (ballet), the final dance in a grand pas

Business

  • CoDA, a group of companies (CoDA Consulting, CoDA Pharma and CoDA Serviced Offices) located in Istanbul, Turkey.

Comics and games

Computing

Cooking and food

Film

Language

Music

People

  • Andrea Coda (born 1985), Italian football (soccer) player
  • John Coda, American composer with a focus on film music and television scoring
  • Benedetto Coda (died 1535), Italian painter of the Renaissance
  • Risa Coda (born 1985), Japanese award-winning former model and adult video (AV) actress
  • Massimo Coda (born 1988), Italian footballer
  • Gakuto Coda (born 1977), Japanese light novelist

Television

See also

  • Caudate sonnet, an expanded version of the sonnet, consisting of 14 lines in standard sonnet forms followed by a coda
  • Koda (disambiguation)

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  • coda — coda …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • CODA — (ital.: Schwanz, Reihe, Schlange, Schleppe, Schlusssatz) bedeutet Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Allgemein 1.1 Sonstige 2 Abkürzung 3 Namen 3.1 Sonstige 4 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Coda — (ital.: Schwanz, Reihe, Schlange, Schleppe, Schlusssatz) bedeutet oder bezeichnet: in der Computertechnik: ein in einem Netzwerk verteiltes Dateisystem für stationäre und mobile Rechner, siehe Coda (Dateisystem) in der Computertechnik: eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • coda — [ kɔda ] n. f. • 1821; mot it. « queue » ♦ Mouvement sur lequel s achève un morceau de musique. La coda d une fugue. Des codas. ● coda nom féminin (italien coda, queue) Section conclusive d un morceau de musique. Dans le ballet classique,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • coda — / koda/ s.f. [lat. volg. cōda, class. cauda ]. 1. (anat.) [parte estrema del corpo dei vertebrati opposta al capo] ▶◀ ‖ appendice, estremità. ● Espressioni (con uso fig.): abbassare la coda [cedere a un imposizione] ▶◀ sottomettersi; colpo di… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • Coda — Это статья об альбоме о музыкальном термине см. Кода Coda LP Led Zeppelin Дата выпуска 19 ноября …   Википедия

  • Coda — (ital., »Schweif«), in der ital. Poetik ein Zusatz zum Sonett, in der ältesten Zeit ein mit dem letzten Verse reimender Elfsilber oder ein Elfsilberpaar mit neuem Reim; vom 14. Jahrh. an drei Verse: ein Siebensilber, der mit dem letzten Verse des …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • coda — (izg. kȏda) ž DEFINICIJA glazb. 1. završni dio kompozicije (u cikličkim oblicima pojedinog stavka) 2. u jazzu: završna sekvenca neovisna o prethodnim refrenima, ističe virtuoznost izvođača ETIMOLOGIJA tal. coda: rep, kraj …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Coda — Co da (k[=o] d[.a]), n. [It., tail, fr. L. cauda.] (Mus.) A few measures added beyond the natural termination of a composition. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coda — (ital., Schwanz), 1) (Mus.), Schlußsatz von einem Tonstück, dessen Hauptperioden wiederholt werden; 2) (Poet.), die Verlängerung eines Sonetts um eine Terzie, s. u. Sonett …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon