heterometric

het·er·o·met·ric

(het'ĕr-ō-met'rik),
Involving or depending on a change in size.
[hetero- + G. metron, measure]

heterometric

/het·ero·met·ric/ (-met´rik) involving or dependent on a change in size; cf. homeometric.
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It may be tempting to generalize from this and assume that any heterometric passage (the troubadours delighted in combining different meters) constitutes a citation, but that would be an error, for Matfre's expository passages are unusual in yet another way, one that no scholar has taken the time to discuss fully.
In accordance with Starling's law of the heart, or so-called heterometric autoregulation, cardiac output is intimately dependent on Pv, since right atrial pressure is virtually identical to central venous pressure.
Before 1500, amorous complaintes tended to be long strophic poems written in heterometric forms, such as Machaut's "Tels rit au main qui au soir pleure" from the Remede de Fortune on the rhyme scheme [a.