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rhyme

(rīm)
1. Correspondence in sound of the ends of words, e.g., smell, well, and foretell.
2. A poem in rhyme.
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Rhymer quickly picked up that what his colleague needed was not advice, but rather help in self-discovering what was right for him and what action he ought to take.
Brand hit two free throws with 16 seconds left to make it 61-58, then Jackson's pass intended for Anthony Lever was intercepted and Rhymer hit the first of two free-throw attempts with four seconds left to clinch the win.
Referring specifically to the Music Hall preoccupations of John Davidson (though a regular Rhymer, he was not in the first anthology) and Arthur Symons, he added 'the typical young poet of our day is an aesthete with a surfeit, searching sadly for his lost Philistinism' (p.
I may harbor some doubts about what his rhymer homeboys said about him when his back was turned, but his interviews and photographs succeed in convincing me that he has genuine access to at least part of a culture I know nothing about.
Perhaps a word rhymer, A letter writer, A campaign fighter, Or a motivator.
Thomas Rhymer, closest to the ball, scored the first goal
Rhymer Rigby, author of The Careerist: Over 700 Ways to Get Ahead at Work, offers tips to escape the rut.
Carl Rhymer, Global Sales Director for Language Testing, Pearson said: "This partnership with Shinyway International is vital as PTE Academic continues to grow across China.
Don Rhymer peppers his script with a few one-liners for parents, but Rio is skewed predominantly towards a younger audience, keeping the first flutterings of romance off-screen.
Don Rhymer peppers his script with a few one-liners for parents but Rio is skewed predominantly towards a younger audience, keeping the first flutterings of romance off screen.
John Rhymer, head of the Bishops Wood centre, said: "Climate change is the greatest environmental challenge of the decade.