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athematic

(ˌæθɪˈmætɪk)
adj
1. (Music, other) music not based on themes
2. (Linguistics) linguistics (of verbs) having a suffix attached immediately to the stem, without an intervening vowel
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(*) zammuraas a denominative verb based on an athematic verbal noun *zammur ( < *zammuwar with syncope (29)); in this case (*) hammura- would be comparable, e.g., to Hitt.
It is not a process of doing some mental athematic whereby a calculation based on the visual is cross-referenced with the concept and a decision is made, it is prior to all of that.
He composed his second opera, Nova zeme (New Country) in 1935 and '36, working in the (standard) half-tone system and the athematic style; his own term for a compositional method in which no musical idea is repeated or varied and the stream of music never stops moving forward.
Corporate social responsibility: Athematic analysis related to supply chain management.
(5) Even though the terms thematic and athematic come from Indo-Aryan linguistics (presence or not of a thematic vowel--an empty morpheme indicating the morphological class of the word--between the lexical and the inflectional morpheme), their use in the Romani domain is different.
Data were compared to athematic organic acids standards (malic, oxalic, and tartaric), and expressed as mg 100[g.sup.-1] dry weight.
In grade5 only 39% students can read a story in their mother tongue, 39.3% can read sentence in English, and only 37.6% students can do division/simple athematic.
To Examine the Questions, Descriptive Statistics were used to develop statistical frequency distribution tables (tables and diagrams for showing frequency distribution in the population) and to estimate central indexes, athematic mean, dispersion indices, standard deviation, ETC .Descriptive Statistics of the Study Which Consist of Mean, Median, Max, min, and Standard Deviation of the Data Were Calculated and Presented in Table (2) the Values Mentioned Only Present on Outline of the Data Distribution Status.
Campbell Weak declension Nouns of Dental relationship stems Hogg Consonantal stems (r-stems) (p-stems) fin-stems: on-stems, Fn- stems all the equivalents of Campbell's minor declensions) Campbell Stems in Indo-European nd-stems Athematic nouns -es-, -os- Hogg s-stems nd-stems Root-stems Table 4.
"athematic X-sections." The latter (such as the sections beginning in m.
Diminutive, 2-Dimensional, 3-Dimensional, Indistinct Sensation, Pejorative, (Embodied Image) Abrupt Cessation, Separate, RLSI = Rhodes and Lawler, "Athematic Metaphors." Appendix B.
(24) Here is Adorno's passage in full: "Just as in its most uncompromising representatives modern music no longer tolerates any elaboration, any distinction between theme and development, but instead every musical idea, even every note, stands equally near the center, so too Benjamin's philosophy is 'athematic.' ...