In prosody, a rhythmically significant stress on the syllables of a verse, usually at regular intervals. Though the term is often used interchangeably with stress, some prosodists use accent to mean the emphasis determined by normal language usage and stress to mean emphasis determined by metrical pattern.
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Accent may refer to:
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Oct 18, 2012; ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- IoOaOCI[acute Accent]OaI[bar]I"-OCOaOuOuI[bar]I[sup.1]I I[bar]OaI[c]OiOeOaOCI'OiI OaI[acute...
Accents speak louder than words; In britain, unlike in the US, we virtually divulge our postal district the moment we open our mouths.(THE HOME FORUM)
Mar 05, 2003; Byline: Christopher Andreae I remember one time, when I lived in the States, a telephone operator - just when I thought she was...