rhythmic system

rhythmic system

In anthroposophical medicine this is one of three systems (the other two being the digestive/movement system and the nerve/sense system) which together link the Physical, etheric body, astral body and ego.
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In Cardiff last week a set of guiding principles were agreed by league chiefs and apart from the play-offs, primacy of fixtures will be given to Magners League and a more rhythmic system of home and away fixtures will be put in place.
Much of traditional Korean vocal and instrumental music employs a metrical rhythmic system based on a series of accompanying patterns known as jangdan.
Examples like this clearly show that Harrison's concern was not restricted to the mechanics of creating a rhythmic system, and that he was equally concerned with musical processes.
The style finds its classical expression in the so-called mahakavya ("great poem"), the strophic lyric (a lyric based on a rhythmic system of two or more lines repeated as a unit), and the Sanskrit theater.
And apart from the play-offs, priority of fixtures will be given to Magners League with a more rhythmic system of home and away fixtures also put in place.
Alcman (7th century BC) originated the strophic arrangement of the ode, which is a rhythmic system composed of two or more lines repeated as a unit.