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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ned to the boy and asked him his name. The boy smiled and said an easy two-syllable name, Nawin. It seemed like an easy name for a foreigner to rememb...

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Silence's Bell (Haiku)

By: Florentin Smarandache

... aesthetical ones. On the prozodic aspect, the haiku is a tristich with 17 syllables as a whole, distributed in three lines by the rule 5­7­5. Structu... ...Emil Eugen Pop ­ another Romanian Nipponologist ­ considers the haiku as "…syllables that give the measure of the step with which the haijin wanders ... ...nd even more, an echo of the silence consumed during the reading of the 17 syllables of the poem. The analysis of the poets' haiku, compared with the ... ...e poet performing haiku. The poet has written poems with the number of syllables distributed between 9 and 21. The number most commonly used was ... ...lables distributed between 9 and 21. The number most commonly used was 15 syllables (12 haiku) followed by 17 syllables (12 haiku) and 16 syllables (... ...llables (10 haiku), totaling 50% of the volume. From the 12 haiku with 17 syllables, only two have lines with a length of 5 and 7 syllables, not in t... ...dic structure, the poet observes only the rules of a tierce, the number of syllables being different among the haiku and the lines. It is worth me... ...of the published haiku ­ 52 poems respectively or 64.2% ­have less than 17 syllables, a fact rarely met by the poets of haiku, who usually exceed this... ...ty is his norm. Therefore, he is allowed to compose haiku with nine and 21 syllables. The poet's inclination toward a type of poem much shorter th...

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An American Papyrus

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...rom the cold rim of the bunk (Even if I awaken The idiots below). With non-syllables and vowellessness A pitch that is language enough To keep this ma...

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Class Heroes: A Class Apart

By: Stephen Henning

..., Mr Soames,” she said, in a way that made James think she was banging out each syllable with a hammer and chisel. “Philip should be in a private r...

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Desert Dreams

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

... yes. Very well, thank you." And so proper, she thought, enunciating every syllable, rarely using contractions. He was going to keep her on her P's an...

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I'Ll Do Anything

By: Chrystal Kincaid

...er get ready for the baby, okay?” “Okay,” Laura replied, dragging ouch each syllable. Julia saw the expression on her face change and braced hersel...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...ment of righteousness. This I judge to be t he import of Wonderful, the first letter or syllable, if I may so speak, in the Lord’s name. For the sec... ...f the air, the Spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience.” This the third syllable of Emmanuel’s name conveyeth to my ear the sweet and... ...so become the heirs of his glory. Finally, He is the Prince of Peace. This is the last syllable of his name, and ariseth to the highest pitch of hon... ...words are not only part of the symbol of St. Athanasius, but likewise without wanting a syllable of the symbol of the apostles, and of other places ...

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The Suffering of Being Kafka

By: Sam Vaknin

...rom the windowpane, to exit and meet him in the dusk. My grandmother didn't utter a single syllable as she fastened the blinders in his face. Janusz... ...nd everyone hummed in consent. "Poor Dinah" – sighed another aunt, summing in these three syllables her entire shrivelling misery. It was stuffy a... ...e doesn't even notice Mayer who occupies a seat beside him. His lips give shape to writhing syllables. Mayer regards his efforts with nauseated fasc... ...my first words? Silence. I said zilch, nada, nothing. Having deconstructed her introductory syllables, I began to survey her, limb by limb. It goes ...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

... It is all in the file. He was being blackmailed by the Jews.” He wouldn’t add a syllable to this cryptic and seemingly counterfactual announceme... ...“Roth, we need to talk. Tomorrow, 9 AM, my office.” That’s Bauer all right. Not a syllable wasted, all pleasantries summarily dispensed with. ...

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Ultrapolemici

By: Florentin Smarandache

...d England. Squares can be any size the rules are that each poem is as many syllables per line as the number of lines in the poem and each starts wit...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...aks a particular language. The only differences are in the spacing of the syllables and in the tune. Languages are melodic in different ways but the ...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...ich we call paraphrase, tying myself scrupulously, not so much to the words and syllables, as to the foundation of the doctrine, and the mind which ...

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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 5-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite, Level 5 Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 4-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 4, Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 3-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 3, Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 1-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 1, Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 2-1 : Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 2, Book 1

By: Tony James Moon
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Tony on the Moon's Fun Poetry 1-2: Fun illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing and recite; Level 1, Book 2

By: Tony James Moon
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Poorness

By: Jan De Raeymaeker

...Sound me ---------- Sound me. Am I not round in your mouth? Do I split your lips? Make you spit? Do I make you bite your tongue? Push the syllables out wrongly? Do I make you gnash? Tangle you in a toothed trap? Sound me. I am round in your mouth. I make yours’ open with a pout. Make you lovingly form me And long to breathe me out. ...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

... and feare, with what sound judgment they endure him. For so much as this syllable sounded so unpleasantly in their eares, and th is voice seemed so... ...hey were oracles) are let flie into our memorie; in which both letters and syllables are substantiall parts of the subject. To know by roat is no per... ...be said, served but one alone, because they could not pronounce one onely syllable, which is -----quid fas optare, asper Vtile nummus... ... Ryme, to make a good Poeme; let him hardly (if so he please) make a short syllable long, it is no great matter: if the inventition be rare and good,... ...0/2005 4:25:46 AM Montaigne's Essays Montaigne. The removing of one onely syllable may so confound our webbe, as I shall have a share in their glory... ... for I finde it very hard to remember names. Well may I say it hath three syllables, that its sound is harsh, or that it beginneth or endeth with suc... ..., and frame artificiall cunning clauses, have so plodded and poized every syllable, canvased and sifted so exquisitely every seame and quiddity, tha...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, emphasizing the accent of each German vowel and syllable exaggeratedly. She internally debated the merit of giving her c... ...what he will say to her at all times but I can guarantee that the vowels and syllables he uses will be benign. They will be creative and not hateful....

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Margele Risipite

By: Florentin Smarandache

...d England. Squares can be any size the rules are that each poem is as many syllables per line as the number of lines in the poem and each starts wit...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...o inscribe wedge-shaped pictographs. Each character represented a word or syllable according to the position in which it pointed. The tablets were t... .... As noted previously, all those languages scripted symbols for words or syllables. Some read from left to right, others right to left or from top ... ...ne the answers. Most words in ancient China could be spoken with a single syllable, so it‘s logical that the written language is logographic (i.e., ... ...language is logographic (i.e., each character represents a single word or syllable). (Our English is mainly a language of sound symbols, but we rea... ...and the dollar sign.) In Chinese, some characters represent same-sounding syllables with different meanings. To become literate in Chinese, one mu... ... meanings. To become literate in Chinese, one must memorize thousands of syllables rather than just the few dozen letters needed for phonetic alpha...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

...es abated. His hands gesturing wildly, Ronan showered him with a babble of syllables Daniel could not decipher. To slow him down, he Listen With ... ...gers. Daniel nodded his praise, and, pointing to himself, repeated Ronan’s syllable. Ronan was delighted as Daniel’s P’s puffed against his finger... ...arning to speak was just a pipe dream of a doting father. Those strings of syllables they practiced seemed a loving game between them, but she never... ... cue. Daniel could not see the tutor sitting behind him as she mouthed the syllables Ronan had practiced so long. But though the ‘s’ sounds were go...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

... procedure. The point of concentration can be a mantra (a special selected syllable, word or name), a picture or small statue, or simply staring off i... ...on a level with the navel. In this lotus, shining like the sun, stands the syllable ram. Above ram is the syllable ma. From ma, Dorjee Naljorma (a fem... ...lable ma. From ma, Dorjee Naljorma (a feminine deity) issues. These mystic syllables, which are called “seed,” must not be regarded as mere written ch...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... go days, unable to write a word. They are cold days. Shall I use eleven syllables? A poem does not grow like a leaf, but has to be shaped. I often...

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When Serpents Die

By: Gerrie Ferris

... Royce wasn’t one to shorten things, if you know what I mean.” “Royce liked a five-syllable word when a two-syllable would do. What else did he say...

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Love at First Stake

By: J. Morgan

...wanted me! Every single part of Donatello Ravell screamed out in big raging syllables my name. The fire of his want spread through me, igniting al...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...o so necessary tor every musical rhythm. The met- ronome could beat it off syllable by syllable. Clearness ot concep- tion is also wanting. Mr. Lehman...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

.... Americans rarely bother to learn how to pronounce names with more than one syllable. The British Empire refused to protect their illegal settleme...

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Hawaiian Mythology

By: Martha Beckwith

...ld of Liloa.” In many cases the definite article “ka” becomes a part of the name and hence the preponderance in Hawaiian of names beginning with this syllable. Since recognition of its composition is essential to its proper accent, in cases where this is known with a good degree of probability through native informants, the name has been hyphenated upon its first appearanc...

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On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church

By: Martin Luther

... from this discussion, since it does not refer to the sacrament in a single syllable. Not only because the sacrament was not yet instituted, but eve... ... Neither pope nor bishop nor any other man has the right to impose a single syllable of law upon a Christian man without his consent; if he does, it ...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...erences to Scripture passages, most books of the Bible having more than one syllable, as follows: Gen. Ex. Lev. Num. Deut. Josh. Judg. Ruth ... ...bilant, if monosyllabic, by adding an apostrophe and s; if of more than one syllable, by adding an apostrophe alone: King James's Version, Bums's p... ... formed by the aid of an apostrophe and s; of proper nouns of more than one syllable ending in a sibilant, by adding an apostrophe alone (mono- syl... ... HYPHENS- 166. A hyphen is placed at the end of a line terminating with a syllable of a word, the remainder of which is carried to the next line (... ...ne compact word, without a hyphen, when the prefixed noun contains only one syllable, should be hyphenated when it contains two, and 62 The Univer... ...Compounds of "store" should be hyphenated when the prefix contains only one syllable; otherwise not: drug-store, feed-store (but: bookstore); grocer... ...), world-power, world- problem. 177. Compounds of "skin" with words of one syllable are to he printed as one word; with words of more than one, as... ... with "fold" are to be printed as one word, if the number contains only one syllable; if it contains more, as two : twofold, tenfold; fifteen fold,... ...e" to a noun are usually printed as one word if the noun contains only one syllable (except when ending in I); if it contains more (or is a proper ...

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Bail Yourself Out

By: Rav Michael Laitman

... children 50 B ail Yourself o ut discover speech by emulating sounds and syllables, we will discover the desire to give by emulating giv- ing. It m...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...e food. Rules for speaking Jerigonzas: 1. Beginners: add chi to the first syllable of each word 2. Advanced: add chiri to the first syllable of e...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

... sets". A Paradoxist Psychological C rmplex (with the accent on the first syllable): A collection of fears stemming from previous unsuccessfu...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... go days, unable to write a word. They are cold days. Shall I use eleven syllables? A poem does not grow like a leaf, but has to be shaped. I often...

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Grammar of the Hawaiian Language

By: L. Andrews

...ters -- 8 —10 -- Of the Vowel Sounds -- 11 -- Of the Consonant Sounds -- 13 -- Of the Sounds of Foreign Consonants -- 14 Of Diphthongs -- 15—18 -- Of Syllables -- 19—23 -- Of Words -- 24—26 -- Formation of Words -- 27—36 -- Peculiarities in the Use of Words -- 37—40 -- Of Accents—General Law -- 41—45 -- Letters Dropped -- 46 -- Letters Inserted -- 48 -- Etymology Definitio...

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Hawaiian Dictionary

By: Mary Kawena Pukui

...pe, willincrease the usefulness of the book. These include a means of showing stress groups to facilitate pronunciation of words with more than three syllables; indication of Hawaiian parts of speech; scientific names of plants changed since the early 1950s; additional ancestral reconstructions; classical origins of Hawaiian borrowings; corrections of previous entries that...

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Place Names of Hawaii - Hawaii Dictionary

By: Mary Kawena Pukui

...ge of the aboriginal population—a single language that is phonetically simple and easily identifiable by the paucity of sounds and the lack of closed syllables and consonant clusters. On the Mainland, place names have been taken from a great many languages—some of them European—but a large proportion are from the languages of the first inhabitants, the American Indians. Th...

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Buke Mele Lahui (Book of National Songs)

By: Hawaiian Historical Society

...may celebrate rank, status or magnificent achievement. Typical of traditional compositions, there is no rhyme, but there is extensive use of echoing syllables and links between lines through shared meaning or opposition. Importantly, the density of metaphor and allusion found in poetry prior to the era of Kalakaua's reign (1874—1891) is much reduced by the end of the 19...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...o inscribe wedge-shaped pictographs. Each character represented a word or syllable according to the position in which it pointed. The tablets were t... ... As noted previously, all those languages scripted symbols for words or syllables. Some read from left to right, others right to left or from top ... ... the answers. Most words in ancient China could be spoken with a single syllable, so it‘s logical that the written language is logographic (i.e., ... ...language is logographic (i.e., each character represents a single word or syllable). (Our English is mainly a language of sound symbols, but we r... ...d the dollar sign.) In Chinese, some characters represent same-sounding syllables with different meanings. To become literate in Chinese, one ... ...eanings. To become literate in Chinese, one must memorize thousands of syllables rather than just the few dozen letters needed for phonetic alpha...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...markings. The ‘okina is a glottal stop, similar to the sound between the syllables of “oh-oh.” In print, the correct mark for designating an ‘okin...

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