A browser superior to Internet Explorer
and its creators, who favor proprietary "HTML" over the W3C's standards.
Opera is better than Internet Explorer. Actually, snail mail is, too.
1. A style of theater where the characters generally sing rather than speak their lines.
2. The music characteristic of these plays.
3. The place where one goes to see such performance.
4. A particular web browser.
1. "I am going to see Mozart's opera 'Le Nozze di Figaro.'"
2. "I am an opera singer."
3. "We're going to the opera next week."
4. "I prefer Opera to AOL."
Using Opera lets me browse porn faster.
A very fine browser, perhaps the best one out there, with nicer users than Firefox
Opera's users don't try to forcefully convert people like Firefox's users.
A style of theater
in which the characters sing
all or most of their lines.
The story is usually simpler than that of movie plots, since it takes longer to sing than to speak. The stories, perhaps melodramatic
to our modern eyes, are as varied as movies; from lighthearted, romantic
prances ("The Marriage of Figaro", "The Elixer of Love"); heartbreaking romantic tragedies ("La Boheme". "Madame Butterfly", "Aïda"); and some almost x-rated shockers ("Elektra"(much like the Mendez brothers case), "Salome"). Operas are often quite true to life and often deal with some of the most difficult choices that a person can make; matters of life and death, in other words. ...Of course, the plot is much more dramatic than in reality.
Opera relies on voice types (unlike movies, which rely on appearance):
: highest female
voice; plays the heroine, the sweetheart, the victim woman.
: medium female voice; plays the villainess, seductresses.
: lowest female voice; very rare, usually...
A superior form of entertainment in which most of the characters' lines are sung. Not many young people like opera, because their brains are so clogged by rap
that they are unable to appreciate the dignity and beauty of opera.
One famous opera is Don Giovanni, by Mozart.
Fastest browser and lightest one I know of between IE7 and Firefox. People seem to underrate this browser, it's less than 8MB yet manages to hold a bittorent downloader, email client, magic wand features, and endless customization to the interface along with thousands of widgets and themes (skins) you can choose from on their site. Most stuff Firefox has or just added, has been intergrated with Opera for years.
Opera > Firefox > IE7