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Some ancient poetic traditions ; such as, contextually, Classical Chinese poetry in the case of the Shijing ( Classic of Poetry ), which records the development of poetic canons with ritual and aesthetic importance.
Some forms of poetry carry a consistent and well-defined rhyming scheme, such as the chant royal or the rubaiyat, while other poetic forms have variable rhyme schemes.
Anomie, variously expressed in the poetic terms of Hell's " Blank Generation " and the bluntness of the Ramones ' " Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue ," is a common theme.
Some proponents of this theory argue, only on cultural grounds, that both etymologies may well be correct, and that there may have been a conscious poetic exploitation of the phonological coincidence between trobar and the triliteral Arabic root TRB when sacred Sufi Islamic musical forms with a love theme first spread from Al-Andalus to southern France.
Some Neopagans have been bemused and upset by the scholarly criticism that The White Goddess has received in recent years, while others have appreciated its poetic insight but never accepted it as a work of historical veracity.
Some poets, including Carmen Cordero and Maya Santos Febres, have said that apoetic portrayal of dance maintains its meaning as a vehicle of resistance .” This could be taken as pushing for change and acceptance These ideas go well with the expression associated with the rumba when it first emerged and when it became more widely accepted by all Cubans.
Some poems were modified to fit poetic meter, to conform to then-modern German spelling, or otherwise to conform more closely to an idealized, Romantic " folk style " ( naturpoesie ).
Some verses were softened in their bloody context while others were enhanced in their poetic beauty.
His treatise, Some Rules and Cautions to be Observed and Eschewed in Scottish Prosody, published in 1584 when he was aged 18, was both a poetic manual and a description of the poetic tradition in his mother tongue, Scots, to which he applied Renaissance principles.
Some have seen it as thin in substance, uncontrolled in method, too sweet in color and too “ poetic .” But it has been far more apt to garner admirers like the critic Barbara Rose, who wrote in 1972 of Ms. Frankenthaler ’ s gift for “ the freedom, spontaneity, openness and complexity of an image, not exclusively of the studio or the mind, but explicitly and intimately tied to nature and human emotions.
His treatise, Some Rules and Cautions to be Observed and Eschewed in Scottish Prosody, published in 1584 at the age of 18, was both a poetic manual and a description of the poetic tradition in his mother tongue, Scots, applying Renaissance principles.
Some modern literary historians reject the use of the term, as it gives precedence to Ronsard's poetic ideas and minimizes the diversity of poetic production in the French Renaissance.
Some critics find that these poets share some formal traits ( including an interest in traditional poetic forms ) as well as a willingness to engage with the difficult political situation in Northern Ireland.
Some poetic forms include a blending of all materials ; for example, Greek tragic drama included a singing chorus, and so music and language were all part of the performance.
Some OPOJAZ members argued that poetic language was the major artistic device.
Some reviews clucked in disappointment at Chopin's choice of subject: " It was not necessary for a writer of so great refinement and poetic grace to enter the over-worked field of sex-fiction ," ( Chicago Times Herald ).
Some Jewish scholars note that the common poetic Jewish expression, " Our Father in Heaven ", was used literally by Jesus to refer to God as " his Father in Heaven " ( cf.
Some literatures contain prose narratives that include poems and poetic interludes ; much Old Irish poetry is contained within prose narratives, and the Old Norse sagas include both incidental poetry and the biographies of poets.
Some scholars use the French spelling " rime ", as used by the Swedish linguist Bernard Karlgren, for the categories described in these works, to distinguish them from the concept of poetic rhyme.
Some scholars use the French spelling " rime ", as used by the Swedish linguist Bernard Karlgren, for the categories described in these works, to distinguish them from the concept of poetic rhyme.

Some and cadence
Some people may be better " lie detectors " than others, better able to distinguish a lie by facial expression, cadence of speech, certain movements, and other methods.
Some people use the term " 2: 3 pulldown ", which corresponds to the cadence, but is not normally used in the industry for the technique.

Some and older
Some argue that the Aberdeen Bestiary might be the older of the two.
Some parents have said they allowed their children to cross-dress and, in many cases, the child stopped when they became older.
Some older astronomy books give an alternative spelling of the name, Camelopardus.
Some much older arches approximate catenaries, an example of which is the Arch of Taq-i Kisra in Ctesiphon.
Some critics have suggested that unlike CCM and older Christian rock, Christian alternative rock generally emphasizes musical style over lyrical content as a defining genre characteristic, though the degree to which the faith appears in the music varies from artist to artist.
Some gaps in the list of benefits bestowed on cities recently annexed by Hammurabi may imply that it is older than the famous stele ( it is currently dated to the early 18th century BC ).
Some older researchers including Richard Wright argue on the contrary that diprotodont remains from several sites, such as Tambar Springs and Trinkey and Lime Springs suggest that Diprotodon survived much longer, into the Holocene.
Some people refer to Emacs Lisp as Elisp, at the risk of confusion with an older unrelated Lisp dialect with the same name.
Some older or high-end instruments have inlays made of mother of pearl, abalone, ivory, colored wood or other exotic materials and designs.
Some older textbooks use ( a, b ).
Some older composers in Naples, notably Zingarelli and Paisiello, were inclined to intrigue against the success of the youthful composer, but all hostility was rendered futile by the enthusiasm that greeted the court performance of his Elisabetta, regina d ' Inghilterra, in which Isabella Colbran, who subsequently became the composer's wife, took a leading part.
Some studies suggest that adolescent perpetrators of sibling abuse choose younger victims, abuse victims over a lengthier period, use violence more frequently and severely than adult perpetrators, and that sibling abuse has a higher rate of penetrative acts than father or stepfather incest, with father and older brother incest resulting in greater reported distress than stepfather incest.
( Note: Some older operating systems may handle such values incorrectly ( i. e., signed instead of unsigned ), which would make it impossible to access files larger than 2 GB in size.
Some older sources list a birth year of 1715.
Some of the older buildings, especially in the engineering faculty and the Aurobindo Bhavan in particular, have a strong Bengali influence which can be seen in the design of the pillars and even the wooden doors and windows.
Some vendors still ship their own version of the older < tt > ksh88 </ tt >, sometimes with extensions.
Some older textbooks use b.
Some were older and were named Linear A.
Some sections use the older yellow low-pressure sodium ( SOX ) lighting while others use modern high-pressure sodium ( SON ) lighting.
Some claims of continuity between contemporary paganism and older forms of paganism have been shown to be spurious, or outright false, as in the case of Iolo Morganwg's Druid's Prayer.
Some older generations speak Newfoundland English, but it is more commonly used by the younger generations.
Some older Irish pseudo-penannular brooches were adapted to the Pictish style, for example the Breadalbane Brooch ( British Museum ).
Some antique quilts made in North America have worn-out blankets or older quilts as the internal batting layer, quilted between new layers of fabric and thereby extending the usefulness of old material.
Some systems using these older architectures are still in use today in data centers with high data volume needs, or where existing systems are so complex and abstract it would be cost-prohibitive to migrate to systems employing the relational model ; also of note are newer object-oriented databases.

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