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This hymn is written in what is called "iambic dimeter
acatalectic," the Ambrosian measure widely used in hymns of the Church at that time.
These form taper models can be integrated directly to calculate volume and can be rearrangement algebraically to directly estimate merchantable height for a given top dimeter
(Fang et al.
MA-nna-HA-tta as trochaic dimeter
leans forward like wind-blown grass,
Monotherapy with benzimidazole derivatives is recommended in patients with inoperable hepatic and pulmonary CE, cysts in multiple organs, or cysts smaller than 5 cm in dimeter
10, the indicated specific PN for all particles with a dimeter
above 23 can be seen.
With the largest dimeter
turned, I focus my attention to turning the remaining diameters to the lengths required.
This involves the use of a large number of em dash signs (--): for example, (8-syllable dimeter
Using a larger dimeter
spinal needle leads to a larger defect in the dura and consequently to more CSF leakage and more chances of PDPH.
The speaker then summarizes the preceding events in the playful shorthand of dimeter
lines ("Oh breast, oh Best / That I held fast .
As a word of alliterative Is in trochaic dimeter
, melancholy seems genetically destined for double duty: melano (black); and (though not philologically accurate) mel (sweet), in alliance with melody.
Depending on which of the five published versions one considers, the poem contains three or four stanzas, each of different lengths, with the dimeter
of the opening stanzas yielding to the monometer of the final stanza.