Director Tony Ward, who set up the firm with Steve Merchant in 2009, said: "We called the horse mannequin 'Randy', as it alliterates
with 'rescue',' though in Australia he has a variety of names including 'Bruce.
Line 8-"crooks, spies, conspirators, or love" suggests very common types of fiction set in our world; the word "conspirators" alliterates
with "crooks" and echoes "spies" providing some cohesion to the disparate terms, and letting us feel that we are reading a poem.
Others are like Boorstin's alliterates
who (in his example) could read the instructions on the medicine bottle but deliberately chose not to.
And as unfaegene eorl alliterates
, and as both word orders are well-formed verse types in Old English, either word order would have theoretically been available to the poet.
Each part is "seen through four lenses" called Process, Practice, Perspective, and Point of View, which alliterates
Each beat rhymes and inter-rhymes and alliterates
with another, which is also true of rap music.
8) He frequently alliterates
it with priti and prdmodya (each meaning "joy"), treating it as a near synonym to them (e.
they were third in 2007 and it alliterates
in Finnish), the 39 year-old Finance Minister and Kokoomus-leader Jyrki Katainen was overjoyed that his party had topped the poll for the first time ever.
There has been a general decline in reading-related behavior and an increase in alliterates
or those who are capable readers but choose not to read (Scott, 1996).
Here Grendel is given words to speak in which the first stressed syllable of what we would call the a-verse if we were describing Old English poetry alliterates
with the first stressed syllable of the following b-verse, and there is more to his use of repeated sounds than this, as we can also hear if we read his words aloud with forceful aspiration.
OH, FOR Heaven's sake, Chris Shaw (Letters, August 13), the use of "Soccer season starts in style" has nothing to do with David Beckham now playing in America; it's merely because it alliterates
Smart (Johnson's friend) alliterates
with Swift; Clare provides an internal rhyme with Baudelaire.