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the section of a choral ode answering a previous strophe in classical Greek drama

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108) He may have lengthened the composition by introducing to it the elaboration of cultic myth; he may have used antistrophic structures on the lines of his contemporary Stesichorus; and he may have ranged his performers in a row facing their audience.
Supporting the antistrophic negation are the voices of the United States Senators Lewis Cass and Albert H.
Stesichorus (7th-6th century BC) invented the triadic, or three-part, structure (strophic lines followed by antistrophic lines in the same meter, concluding with a summary line, called an epode, in a different meter) that characterizes the odes of Pindar and Bacchylides.
Additional functions were added for RTM applications, including flow through porous media with antistrophic permeability, and time-dependent viscosity for fast-curing materials.