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Synonyms for rhythm

Synonyms for rhythm

the patterned, recurring alternation of contrasting elements, such as stressed and unstressed notes in music

Synonyms for rhythm

the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music

recurring at regular intervals

an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs

the arrangement of spoken words alternating stressed and unstressed elements

natural family planning in which ovulation is assumed to occur 14 days before the onset of a period (the fertile period would be assumed to extend from day 10 through day 18 of her cycle)

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As defined in the Explanatory Dictionary of the Romanian language, the rhythm is understood as timing of movements, activities or processes, a regular repetition at certain intervals of the same moments.
Rhythm of Math: Teaching Mathematics with Body Music
way to read it that can expose the rhythm that it has, or give it rhythm?
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The battle rhythm has me spending all of my time in non-productive meetings that we get nothing out of," added the communications officer.
Rhythm Menagerie: Reproducible Rhythm Explorations, Book 1, and Rhythm Manipulations: Reproducible Rhythm Explorations, Book 2, by Wendy Stevens.
GE Inspection Technologies has announced new components to its Rhythm software product line.
The nurse noticed changes in the patient's cardiac rhythm on telemetry, so she examined a 30-second strip of lead II from the telemetry's full disclosure software (below).
Chicago-based Billy Siegenfeld is a jumping, tap-dancing choreographer and teacher who created his own dance style with his troupe, Jump Rhythm Jazz Project.
At 'home' we recognize friends, acquaintances, and others, from a distance and in poor lighting, by the rhythm of their movements.
Making time, sculpting in time (1), creating, orchestrating or conducting rhythm.
In Amodal Suspension, this cultural-frequency variable pulses into view as a visual rhythm.
It was just the two of them now - the last original members of the Rhythm Aces, a singing group formed in 1948 on stormy seas in the hull of a military ship bound for Germany and for service at a checkpoint on the Berlin Wall.
Simply put, it is a machine that can recognize the rhythm of your heart.