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Antonyms for nonimitative

not marked by or given to imitation


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The development of imitation in nonimitative, severely retarded children: Contribution of reinforcement and instruction.
Every possible compositional technique then in standard use, including augmentation, retrograde, canon, ostinato, imitation, and nonimitative counterpoint, is illustrated in a systematic manner somewhere in this collection, anti Agee outlines the salient musical features of the counterpoints, which are often fascinating.
41, based on a spontaneous speech sample of 100 complete, intelligible, nonimitative, nonelliptical utterances.
They trained retarded children, who, according to their care givers, were previously considered completely nonimitative, to imitate.
The following examples (from Tracy 1991: 221) show first nonimitative auxiliary precursors from one child.