Results for 'Sanela Arsi��'

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    Arsis and Thesis in Ancient Rhythmics and Metrics: A New Approach.Tosca Lynch - 2016 - Classical Quarterly 66 (2):491-513.
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    Revolutionary Shattering: Emerson on the Haitian Revolution.B. Arsi - 2015 - Télos 2015 (170):109-130.
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  3. Explanatory Gap.Sanela Ristić - 2007 - Theoria 50 (4):87-96.
     
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  4. Nikola Grahek: Feeling Pain and Being in Pain.Sanela Ristić - 2008 - Theoria: Beograd 51 (3):101-105.
     
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    Reductionism and Qualia.Sanela Ristić - 2006 - Theoria 49 (3):27-49.
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    Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Sprachkonzeption Am Beispiel des Begriffs Aufheben.Ivica Tokić & Sanela Mešić - 2015 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2015 (1).
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    Fertility Levels and Trends in Arsi and Shoa Regions of Central Ethiopia.Assefa Hailemariam - 1991 - Journal of Biosocial Science 23 (4):387-400.
    Levels and trends of fertility in the Arsi and Shoa regions of Central Ethiopia are examined, using data from the 1986 Population, Health and Nutrition baseline survey of the Ministry of Health of Ethiopia. The population has high fertility. Total fertility of six children per woman in the late 1960s increased to eight children per woman in the early 1980s, then declined to seven children per woman in the mid-1980s. Urban fertility declined by a substantial amount during the 15 years (...)
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    Ippolito Desideri's Tamil Papers, ARSI Manuscript Goa 76b.Gérard Colas - 2018 - Buddhist-Christian Studies 38 (1):41-60.
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    The Relation of the Resolved Arsis and Resolved Thesis in Plautus to the Prose Accent.Charles Exon - 1906 - The Classical Review 20 (01):31-36.
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    Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Sprachkonzeption Am Beispiel des Begriffs Aufheben.Bosnien-Herzegowina: Ivica Tokićodsjek Za Njemački Jezik I. Književnost Filozofski Fakultet Tihomila Markovića Tuzla & Bosnien-Herzegowina: Sanela Mešićodsjek Za Germanistiku Filozofski Fakultet Franje Račkog Sarajevo - 2015 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2015 (1).
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    Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Sprachkonzeption Am Beispiel des Begriffs Aufheben.Bosnien-Herzegowinaemail: Ivica Tokićodsjek Za Njemački Jezik I. Književnost Filozofski Fakultet Tihomila Markovića Tuzla & Bosnien-Herzegowinaemail: Sanela Mešićodsjek Za Germanistiku Filozofski Fakultet Franje Račkog Sarajevo - 2015 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2015 (1).
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    Byzantinischer Tanz zwischen antiker Rhythmik und neuzeitlichen Volkstänzen.Dietmar Najock - 2018 - Das Mittelalter 23 (2):383-408.
    By tradition, Byzantine dance is linked with both classical antiquity and today’s folk dances of the southern Balkans. Turkish influence on the latter seems limited primarily to musical instruments and melody but does not appear to include rhythm. In antiquity, and in Byzantine times, the simple rhythmic foot was divided into arsis and thesis, the ‘up’ and ‘down’ of a step, and the ratio of their lengths determined the rhythmic genus, 1:1 dactylic, 2:1 iambic, 3:2 paeonic and 4:3 epitrite. This (...)
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    The Nominative and Dative-Ablative Plural of Devs and Mevs in Plavtvs.E. H. Sturtevant - 1909 - Classical Quarterly 3 (01):8-.
    In Hermathena, vol. xiv., pp. 338–359, Professor Charles Exon attempts to prove that the nom. and dat.-abl. pi. of deus were disyllabic in Plautus. The argument upon which he lays most stress is briefly this: Plautus uses iambic words shortened by the law of breves breviantes in the thesis of iambic and trochaic verse about twice as often as he does in the arsis, whereas the long monosyllable cor occurs in dialogue with equal frequency in both parts of the foot. (...)
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    Does Investment in the Sexes Differ When Fathers Are Absent?Mhairi A. Gibson - 2008 - Human Nature 19 (3):263-276.
    This study examines child survival and growth in a patrilineal Ethiopian community as a function of father absence and sex. In line with evolutionary predictions for sex-biased parental investment, the absence of a father and associated constraints on household resources is more detrimental for sons’ than daughters’ survival in infancy. Father absence doubles a son’s risk of dying in infancy but has a positive influence on the well-being of female members of the household, improving daughter survival, growth, and maternal nutritional (...)
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    Jacobsohn's Law of Plautine Scansion.W. A. Laidlaw - 1936 - Classical Quarterly 30 (2):33-39.
    H. Jacobsohn, a pupil of Leo, in a Göttingen dissertation of 1904, ‘Quaestiones Plautinae’ declared that Plautus allowed Hiatus and Syllaba Anceps at two places in the line :— at the fourth arsis of the Iambic Senarius , at the second arsis of a Trochaic Septenarius.
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    The Metrical Units of Greek Lyric Verse. I1.A. Dale - 1950 - Classical Quarterly 44 (3-4):138-148.
    What kind of Theory of Music and Theory of Metric was taught to the young Pindar or the young Sophocles? So far are we from an answer to this question that we do not even know how far extra study was necessary, or usual, for the professional poet as compared with the ordinary educated Greek citizen. The interdependence of music and metric in lyric poetry gave complexity to the word-rhythms but kept the study of music, the subordinate partner, theoretically simple. (...)
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    Emendations of Latin Poets.S. G. Owen - 1916 - Classical Quarterly 10 (04):222-.
    In his elegiacs Ovid did not permit the elision of the final syllable of an iambic word ‘in an arsis , i.e. first syllable of dactyl or spondee.’ See L. Müller, De re metrica, ed. 2, p. 341. These two are the only lines in which this rule is transgressed, for in Trist. II. 296, which used to appear asstat Venus Vltori iuncta, uir ante foreswas brilliantly restored conjecturally by Bentley, and has since been found to be the actual reading (...)
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