In each set of three the first stanza is called the strophe (turn), being intended, probably, for chanting as the chorus moved in one direction; the second stanza is called the antistrophe, chanted as the chorus executed a second, contrasting, movement; and the third stanza the epode
, chanted as the chorus stood still.
Streaming" also makes use of refrains, which, when thinking of the collection as an epic, have the feel of strophe and antistrophe, especially when at the end of the poem they are combined into an epode
Inspiration can be drawn from the success and subsequent scaling-up of the North Karelia Project on CVD reduction and the more recent European EPODE
project to change environments and behaviour to reduce childhood obesity.
The first instance of such use is found in Epode
Implementing a New Model to Prevent Childhood Obesity While the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center researchers focused on reducing the burden of adult obesity, a paper by the EPODE
(Ensemble Prevenons l'Obesite Des Enfants) European Network Coordinating Team quantifies the impact of the EPODE
methodology, which utilizes a multi-stakeholder approach at the community level, in reducing obesity among children ages 0 to 12 years in France and Belgium and reducing the socioeconomic gap in obesity prevalence in France.
To reduce the double burden of aACAyDiabesity', Dr Jean-Michel Borys from the Epode
International Network, a body that implements sustainable strategies on Community Based Programmes (CBPs) to reduce childhood obesity, said, we need to prevent childhood obesity.
1) This is a quote from Horace, Epode
VI: "Why pester harmless passers-by, you cringing cur?
implied) illegitimate son who is mentioned at Epode
66-70), Bruhn mentions how Messiaen structures the movement like the triad of a Pindaric ode consisting of a strophe, antistrophe, and epode
, but does not acknowledge what others--Harry Halbreich, Camille Crunelle Hill, and I myself--have written on the subject.
This explains the fact that other poems are only very loosely out of the named Ode or Epode
The visiting French group is Epode
, which teaches families to adopt healthier lifestyles.
102) Compare Elizabeth Belfiore, "Elenchus, Epode
, and Magic: Socrates as Silenus," Phoenix 34 (1980): 128-37, especially 134, 136-7.