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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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About LeAnn Rimes: LeAnn Rimes has global sales of more than 42 million units, won two Grammy Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, two World Music Awards, one Country Music Association Award, one Dove Award and 12 Billboard Music Awards.
Possessing a repertoire of letters, letter units, rimes, and words in which they are found can help children use some of these words to identify new words (Ehri, 1998; Ehri & Robbins, 1992; Goswami & Bryant, 1990; Strickland, 1998).
Instruction for the whole-word cards involved reading the word (pal was read as pal, for example), and the onset-rime instruction involved reading the word by segmenting the onset from the rime (for instance, keg was read as two parts /k/--eg and then as one part keg).
But Rimes, best known for her global smash hit How Do I Live, has every right to put out a best of album, having been in the business for nearly a decade.
And when she returned in 2001 with the album I Need You, Rimes stunned her fans with a svelte and sexy new look.
Spokesmen for both RIMES and the community college say that Cannon's dynamic and passionate approach to educating and training his workforce should be a lesson to other manufacturers.
This may be another critical rime in school counseling history, and I believe it is important to consider whether school counseling will prosper or wane during this current period of educational reform.
After working with Manpower for a certain amount of rime, Mohammed could also be eligible for health benefits, vacation, and other perks.
They claim she was forced to sleep on a crowded tour bus and shower at truck stops because father Wilbur Rimes and co-manager Lyle Walker said she couldn't afford anything better.
Rimes, who had a huge hit with love song How Do I Live?
Rimes said the district court would have to see what Amex wants to do and whether its actions are protected by the First Amendment.
Christian Fauvelais, the CEO and founder of RIMES Technologies comments: "For over 16 years we have been helping the buy-side tackle the complex challenges of accessing increasing data volumes whilst achieving cost efficiencies and improved data governance.