superheavy


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su·per·heav·y

(so͞o′pər-hĕv′ē)
adj.
Having an atomic number higher than found in natural chemical elements (typically 104 and higher). Superheavy elements are radioactive and unstable, having extremely short half-lives.

superheavy

(ˌsuːpəˈhɛvɪ)
adj
(General Physics) physics denoting or relating to elements of high atomic number (above 109) postulated to exist with special stability as a consequence of the shell model of the nucleus
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Another important notion of metrical theory is extrasyllabicity, where the final consonant of word-final superheavy syllables, i.
However, after being involved in the SuperHeavy project (back in 2011) with Damian Marley, it probably shouldn't be.
We know that superheavy syllables are strongly disfavored in cadences of the Rigveda (Kobayashi 2004: 30-31).
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