metronome

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clicking pendulum indicates the exact tempo of a piece of music

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During the 1980s, Dalglish built up a telepathic understanding with striker Ian Rush and the pair terrorised English defences, the Scotsman providing the ammunition for the Welshman's metronomical finishes.
However, two quick wickets by Sahil Anand had YTCA Sharjah in trouble but the middle-order batsmen led by Wali and Abhijeet kept the run rate ticking over despite Tanmay Anand's metronomical figures of 7- 2- 15- 0.
And that's without even mentioning the metronomical kicking of James Hook - he nailed every shot bar one at goal despite the appalling weather on Saturday.
Henry Cowell emphasized the existence of several parallels between sound and rhythm; i.e., by the identification of the harmonic divisions of both domains in which a similarity can be observed between pitch frequency and rhythmic metronomical proportions (Cowell 1930, 100.).
Molecular clocks are thought to be paced by neutral mutations and to reflect a stochastic process analogous to radioactive decay rather than a metronomical process (e.