(1) Verse would have clothed it in the qualifications of prosody .(2) Its many polymorphous delights include its being a casebook of prosody , but its real achievement is its musically endgame equipoise and its intelligent, credible wisdom.(3) But, however brilliant the translators' work may be, obviously it is not ideal; the composers' prosody must necessarily suffer, and the character of the opera change.(4) Finally, this Sunday strip has no connection to syntax or prosody , but does highlight the inadequacy of modern lexicography.(5) What made prosody a central concern for these thinkers (evidenced by the failed race to perfect quantitative prosody in English participated in by Spenser, Sidney and others)?(6) First, with respect to prosody , he believes that the syllable count of poetic lines, strophes, stanzas, and poems was essential to the writing of biblical poetry.(7) Her diction, her art of prosody , the amorous passion that he brings into her troubling singing make up for her hard and rather metallic tone.(8) Traditional prosody describes the rhythm of poetry as the meaningful counterpoint of speech pattern against a fixed abstract meter.(9) Although older adults have greater difficulty than younger adults when the rate of speech is more rapid, use of prosody remains largely unaffected by age.(10) the salience of prosody in child language acquisition(11) Evaluations of prosody , of course, are a slippery undertaking, and it certainly bears pointing out that the ├ö├ç├┐authoritative├ö├ç├û decipherings of a computer still leave much open to interpretation.(12) Transcribed excerpts of the lyrics will be analyzed with respect to phonetics, phonology, morpho-syntax, prosody , and lexis.(13) The argument in favor of hexameter is thus analogous to Coleridge's endeavor to free himself from syllabic prosody in Christabel.(14) The editors begin their work with a detailed introduction to the collection's contents and also include a few pages of ├ö├ç├┐the basic terms of prosody used in this book├ö├ç├û.(15) My emphasis is upon ├ö├ç├┐how it's made ├ö├ç├û, what poetic ├ö├ç├┐tricks of the trade├ö├ç├û can be found in the poems in terms of dramatic situation, lines, image, prosody , voice, and so on.(16) But announcing the discovery of prosody (she was actually talking mainly about sentence intonation, not other prosodic features) seems a bit much.