rhyme

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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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Standard Habbie works like this: three four foot lines followed by a two foot line, a penultimate four footer, and a closing two feet, a rime couee scheme that makes the two shorter lines jump up out of the four longer ones.
He reshuffles the rhyme couee (AABCCB) to a heroic sestet (ABABCC), moving closer to ottava rima, the same stanza form that resonantly concludes "Lycidas." And in fact, after nine stanzas of heroic sestets, Dunbar closes his elegy with an eight-line variation (ABABC-CDD) of ottava rima.
Moreover, PAs involve in root development, and PA accumulation has also been correlated to adventitious root formation (Couee et al, 2004).