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deliberately not rhythmic

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These activities can result from both measurements artifacts and nonrhythmic brain activities.
The transcription wobbles between a rhythmic and nonrhythmic style, for no apparent reason.
The APA defines a tic as "a sudden, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic, stereotyped motor movement or vocalization." The main criterion for diagnosing TS is the occurrence of multiple motor tics and one or more vocal tics that occur throughout a period of more than one year.
Tics are involuntary or semivoluntary movements or sounds that are sudden, brief, intermittent, repetitive, nonrhythmic, unpredictable, and purposeless.
(1) The five areas of temporal identity development examined in the overall study were: 1) temporal structures, or awareness of time-related rhythmic events; 2) timekeepers, or methods used to mark and measure time; 3) emotional bonds, or emotional responses and affiliations to time; 4) temporal language, or expressions showing awareness that time is related to objects, activities, people; and 5) nonrhythmic cues, or contextual factors affecting temporal identity development (Hardin, 2001).
All tic disorders involve the presence of one or more motor and/or vocal tics (i.e., sudden, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic motor movements or sounds).
irradians formed between 0.34 striae per day and 0.55 stria per day--clear evidence of nondaily and nonrhythmic deposition of striae in this pectinid species.
And the idea was logical, in fact; but the space, though preestablished, was not infinite, as if it compromised the idea, experience, or memory, transforming my syllables and timbres (which were scattered throughout the poem, like nonrhythmic rhymes) in dense and subtle associations; the sentiment momentarily relived was affirmed through some fixed rhythm.
Voice and piano float in a nonrhythmic texture, and the grotto's mysterious resonance is created with bitonality: the vocal line is in the key of E-flat minor, and the piano oscillates between E-flat minor and F-sharp minor.
Whilst a 'tic' can be defined as sudden, repetitive, nonrhythmic movements and utterances that involve discrete muscle groups (Leckman et al, 2006) the Touretter's experience of the 'tic' is quite different.