Although primary word stress move to the antepenultimate
, that is third-from-the-last syllables of these, rious suffixed words.
Lewis, Poetry, and The Great War, for a close reading of the antepenultimate
draft of this paper, and for a number of other courtesies.
Austen juxtaposes Anne's shame for her genteel family in the antepenultimate
paragraph with her close relations to "'a mere Mrs.
Zwick (2003) argued that in Plecoptera, the first small rudiments of wingpads appear in the antepenultimate
instar, and the definite shape is reached during subsequent molts.
A case in point takes up Senes's antepenultimate
chapter, dedicated to German expressionist poet Gottfried Benn.
and penultimate reflections concern Augustine, with G.
So he obscures the next-to-last, as well as the antepenultimate
The grandfather becomes a guardian of the threshold, "a crocodile belonging to the antepenultimate
generation" (197), and like the crocodiles of Isis and Osiris in the Confessions, he also becomes a judge of De Quincey's guilt over his dalliance with Miss Fanny, and thus linked to a mythic history past remembrance.
It uses the factoid accuracies to rank answers corresponding to factoid questions and the definition accuracies for ranking the answers for definition questions (refer to the antepenultimate
and penultimate columns of Table 2.
To be able to make comparisons a weighted sum is carried out, where the weights are the order positions from the first row, and the results are written in the antepenultimate
The last whorl has 37-39 ribs, the penultimate whorl has 34-36, and the antepenultimate
has 36-37 (first numbers refer to holotype).
The awareness of the diversity of the self abounds in the poem, specifically in the antepenultimate
stanza: "Chegado aqui, onde hoje estou, conheco / Que sou diverso no que informe estou.