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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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One of the feature races of the day is the Liz Adam Memorial Handicap Chase which is named in memory of the wife of the owner of Rhymers Ha'.
Rhymers Ha'' is clearly one of her sharper inmates from what we have seen so far, and must have a great shout in the Newcastle Falcons ''National Hunt'''' Novices'' Hurdle.
Rhymers Ha' is clearly one of her sharper inmates from what we have seen so far, and will be regarded as having a great shout in the Newcastle Falcons "National Hunt" Novices' Hurdle.
Clouddead themselves co-opt these rhymers into a four-keyboard line-up, with the lunacy levels multiplied as expected.
Rather than focus on the negative stereotypes that have dogged the rap genre, helmer Kevin Fitzgerald shows communities of gifted street rhymers who challenge and support one another in inspiring, creative ways.
Administrative skills that organized a Rhymers Club or spiritualist society would later guide the Irish theater through treacherous waters of political or religious censorship, as well as direct Yeats's shifting career from dreamy poet to political dramatist.
As Yeats emphasized from the start, the Rhymers were too dissimilar to be a 'school of poets in the French sense'.
240 of the 335 pages of It's Not About a Salary are devoted to raw data: transcripts of interviews with LA rhymers, candid photographs of performances and performers, even four pages of photographs showing the bedrooms of sixteen rap artists.
For example, the blenders practiced blending stretched words beginning with continuous sounds, and rhymers practiced rhyme production.
On Sunday the Armagh Rhymers take centre stage with their unique blend of mumming, poetry, music, drama, song and dance.
LUCINDA RUSSELL dominated Ayr's final card of the year when registering a 41-1 hat-trick with Prosecco, Tap Night and Rhymers Stone in the last three races.
To avoid the many disturbances and mischiefs which have occurred in the land of Wales, due towasters, rhymers, minstrels and other vagabonds, it is decreed that none shall, in the land of Wales, receive any sustenance from the people.