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(of verse) having a metric system based on stress rather than syllables or quantity

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One of them is accentually strong and is used to derive adverbs from nouns denoting nationality: tatarla 'in Tatar; in the Tatar way', rusla 'in Russian; in the Russian way'.
"Otherwise the alternative is that the surviving members of the trust could have open-ended liability and would not have a way to accentually budget for their obligations going forward."
The trained groups, especially CS and CH showed several morphological alterations: splitting, basophily, hypertrophy and muscle fiber with small diameter, like denervation condition; muscle fibers in phagocytosis process, accentually in both continuous groups (normal and hypercaloric) were observed.
In reading the poems accentually rather than syllabically, O Riordain is perhaps seeing them through the lens of post-Classical accentual traditional verse.
He piles emphasis upon "in," an insubstantial preposition that would normally be overwhelmed by the accentually mightier "thoughts" and "groans." Long after the posthumous publication of this sonnet, readers have continued to identify the tension between Hopkins' inscription and the aural fiber of the words.