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modal=true) posting it on his Instagram and saying , "Man I got the most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN dancing next to me at the jay and bey concert.
It turned out that unrhythmic white woman wasn't just any random stranger.
A more generous (and less critical) approach like Fraenkel's in his Leseproben leads quickly to a confusion even of the real and fundamental distinction between rhythmic and unrhythmic prose: so a clearly unrhythmical letter by Caelius is classed by Fraenkel as the reverse.
In this, a rhythmic close is followed by an unrhythmic close, particularly by a verb of the shape - - - x.
OVERLAPPING OF RHYTHMIC UNITS; OR RHYTHMIC CLOSE FOLLOWED BY UNRHYTHMIC VERB
Very commonly what looks like a rhythmic close is followed by a close which in itself is unrhythmic, but would form part of a rhythmic close if taken with what precedes it.
To 'bump at' a gong seems innocuous enough, even undeliberate, but he 'bumped at it all the day long', which suggests continual irregular, unrhythmic repetition of the sort likely to elicit rage.
They were concerned with measuring response to contrasting music, and the results mainly showed that faster, rhythmically stimulating, loud music excites, and slower, unrhythmic and softer music relaxes.
With more specific problems in mind, the possibility arose of finding a specific range of frequencies that could be coupled with relaxing, unrhythmic music to produce an effect directly into the body of physically handicapped people (Skille 1982, 1982, 1985).
comedian Marlon Wayans described her as the "most unrhythmic white woman" at Jay Z and Beyonce's concert.
funny man posted a photo of the "most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN" dancing next to him at Jay Z and Beyonce's concert, perhaps not realising it was Australia's pop superstar.
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