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The laugh was repeated in its low, syllabic tone, and terminated in an odd murmur.
The different syllabic lengths of the lines make the anthem difficult to translate with fidelity into English verse.
17 that sometime during the previous week a drill, chemicals and a pressure washer were used to erase the carvings of a large face and early syllabic writing--evidence he says that could have suggested that the Blackfoot First Nations had written language before European migration.
By engaging in a few minutes of "conversation" with humans, in which the participants were instructed to speak to the robot as if it were a small child, the robot moved from random syllabic babble to producing some salient wordforms, the names of simple shapes and colors.
Also important are the contour (or shape) of the melodic phrases, the rhythm in the motives and phrases, and the kind of vocal production and the technical singing style (whether syllabic, melismatic, responsorial, and so on).
The syllabic system is a simple and elegant means of transcribing lnuktitut.
Despite those variations, there is a tendency to regulate the information rate, as shown by a strong negative correlation between the syllabic rate and the information density."
On Friday, he played another difficult character, by the name of Mono Syllabic.
According to him, the Indus script was a logo- syllabic writing system with proto- Dravidian as its underlying language.
Her ruminations are peppered with stage directions: "'You're right, I said (chin tuck), 'I haven't told you much about myself' (syllabic lateral movement of the head on much about myself)." Her episodic memories of lost love share a similar staged quality, as much preoccupied with props as the dramatic action itself: "How I had waited for a moment when the setting and the lighting indicated we had finally found our scene, the scent of roses as if atomized through tiny tubing woven through the fence." Behind the stagecraft, however, Unrue's protagonist seems to search for an authenticity that she fails to find in the intimacies we take for granted.
Breaking the boundaries of the syllabic meter, he changed his form and preferred writing in free verse which harmonised with the rich vocal properties of the Turkish language.