cadence

  1. (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
  2. a recurrent rhythmical series

Cadence

The natural rhythm of speech - as opposed to the rhythm of meter.
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cadence

[n] - a recurrent rhythmical series
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Cadence

the rhythm in which a sequence of movements is made
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Cadence

the rhythm in which a sequence of movements is made
Found on http://www.hpfc.org.uk/glossary.htm

cadence

cadency noun a recurrent rhythmical series
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cadence

noun the close of a musical section
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cadence

the ametrical rhythm of natural speech.
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Cadence

The marked accentuation of the rhythm and (musical) beat that is a result of a steady and suitable tempo harmonizing with a springy impulsion.
Found on http://www.dressage-at-dogpond.us.com/glossary.htm

Cadence

The words or sounds a quarterback makes prior to receiving the ball from the center. One sound or word is usually the indication to the offense to begin the play.
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Cadence

The words or sounds a quarterback makes prior to receiving the ball from the center. One sound or word is usually the indication to the offense to begin the play.
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Cadence

The melodic pattern just before the end of a sentence or phrase--for instance an interrogation or an
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22385

Cadence

The ametrical rhythm of natural speech.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22429

cadence

the number of times during one minute that a pedal stroke is completed. Also called pedal rpm.
Found on http://www.roadbikerider.com/riding-skills/basic-skills/cycling-lingo

Cadence

the number of times during one minute that a pedal stroke is completed. Also called pedal rpm.
Found on http://www.fcactivetravel.com/news/glossary-road-cycling-terms

cadence

rate of pedaling measured in revolutions per minute.
Found on http://bikecult.com/bikecultbook/glossary_english.html

CADENCE

Crank rotations per minute as measured on a cycling computer; in your head (good luck); or by a savant who also specialises in such things as baseball statistics or counting spilled toothpicks. 65-85 rpm is a good average. A cadence of less than 1 rpm is known as freewheeling.
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