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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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Fish the rime (the first vowel and the rest of the word)
A striking feature of existing research on sensitivity to rime units is a reliance on the use of monosyllabic stimuli.
The researchers speculate that any protective effect of binge drinking near the rime of conception may be due to vascular effects of alcohol that aid placental development or to differences in unmeasured dietary factors between drinkers and non- drinkers.
The section on the Rime opens with Claudio Vela's discussion of Cesare Bozzetti's seminal work on Ariosto's lyric verse, including his un.
3) During those years he completed the first version of the Rime, which would continue to occupy him until his death.
Dialogic poetry, inherited from the troubadours and practiced in Italy from the time of Jacopo da Lentini, returned to favor after the second and third editions of Pietro Bembo's Rime (1538, 1548) and prompted his emulators to publish their own multivoiced collections -- Domenichi, Terracina, Varchi, Battiferra, to name a few.
Another important rime in school counseling's history was in the late 1950s when the National Defense Education Act (NDEA) was passed (Herr, 2001).
After working with Manpower for a certain amount of rime, Mohammed could also be eligible for health benefits, vacation, and other perks.
Commencons par nous demander pourquoi Aragon a place sa poesie nouvelle sous le signe de La Rime en 1940--titre d'ailleurs remarquable--plutot que sous le signe du vers.
COLERIDGE'S poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is at the heart of a new touring show coming to Liverpool later this month.
Rime spirituali sopra i Misteri del Santissimo Rosario, and Rime.
This study examined the rate of and relative rime to pregnancy by HIV status between 2002 and 2009 in US women enrolled in the Women's Interagency HIV Study, an ongoing, multicentre cohort study of the natural and treated history of HIV infection among 3,766 women with and without HIV.