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ultimate

(ŭl′tĭm-ĭt) [L. ultimus, last]
Final or last.
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On the basis of their relative body size, dorsal coloration, and the presence of a prominent arolium and pseudonychium on tarsus III and IV (Munoz Cuevas 1971), we inferred that the cosmetid nymphs that we examined were likely antepenultimate, 5th instars (Fig.
Suffixes, ity and, rious shift primary stress placement to the antepenultimate (third from the last) syllable.
Depending on stress location, words are classified as: (a) oxitone (stress on the last syllable), (b) paroxitone (stress on the penultimate syllable) and, (c) proparoxytone (stress on the antepenultimate syllable) (19-21).
Regarding the level of studies, 25.5% of the adolescents were in the 3th and 29.7% were in the 4th course of compulsory secondary education; 26.2% were studying the antepenultimate year of high school (1 of bachillerato) and 18.5% were studying the last year of high school (2 of bachillerato).
(42) He extends the role of exemplum (readings of earlier poetry) from initial to middle syllables, presents the rule that compound words generally retain the quantities of their root words even in the middle of the word (e.g., benevolus from bene and volo) as well as extending the regula of final syllables (lists of common suffixes) to apply to penultimate and antepenultimate syllables (e.g., -culus).
Consider, for instance, the word pairs colline (hills) and polline (pollen), legato (bound) and fegato (liver): they differ only in the first letter but have stress falling on different syllables, the penultimate and the antepenultimate, respectively.
on the antepenultimate syllable of the phrase) or on the final syllable.
She misses an article before papel 'paper' and interes 'interest' and she uses penultimate stress on the word ultimo, as opposed to normative antepenultimate ultimo.
([section]) Melt-MAMA primer sequences; primer tails and antepenultimate mismatch bases are in lower case.
Both of these poems require detailed knowledge of metrical rules if the reader is to identify them as metrically perfect: at the end of hemistiches, in the middle of verses, they both utilize words with tonic stress on the last or the antepenultimate syllable, requiring an adjustment of the number of syllables assigned to that hemistich.
The antepenultimate internode length in the longest branch was evaluated at 60, 75 and 90 DAP, and the length of major branch was evaluated at 30, 45, 60, 75 and 90 DAP.