nonimitative


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not marked by or given to imitation

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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.
The mean length of utterance (MLU) in words of these children ranged from 2.36 to 4.41, based on a spontaneous speech sample of 100 complete, intelligible, nonimitative, nonelliptical utterances.
Chapters four and five deal with what Quinn terms "nonimitative writing," through a comparison of different accounts of a contemporary event: "the fall from power and subsequent execution of the Qizilbash officer [Ya.sup.[subset]]qub Khan ...
Variables Measured at Times 1, 2, and 3 Time Measurement tool Variable Time 1 CDI/I Child receptive vocabulary CSBS Child intentional communication, Child nonimitative words Interaction session Maternal responses Time 2 CDI/I Child receptive vocabulary CSBS Child intentional communication, Child nonimitative words Interaction session Maternal responses Time 3 Reynell Receptive language Expressive language Note.
As Michael Podro has pointed out, and as I have elaborated elsewhere, the modern formal description of art only began to emerge in the nineteenth century.(34) Formal description is based on the idea that what is essential about art is that which is nonimitative, because the nonimitative makes visible to us what the mind, to put it simply, has made of nature, which acts upon the mind through sensation.