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One particular couplet by Ansari -- "Jitne bhi tere gham hain wo sab baant le mujh se/Kab tujh se bichad jaaun ye andaza nahi hai" -- delighted everyone because of its universal appeal.
Designs include a square-shaped couplet saying "Dog Brings Prosperity", which has a dogs forming the shape of the character for prosperity.
Some people may quickly run out of steam when it comes to poetry, but Northern Rail train conductor Graham Parker is always on the right track when delivering on-train announcements in rhyming couplet form.
Extraordinary language and vision of Shahnameh is a part of historical and cultural memory of Iran and will remain forever; because any beautiful word and couplet of itstimulates a world.
An antonymic couplet consists of a pair of two-word phrases in which the first words are adjectives that are antonyms of one another and the second words are rhyming nouns.
The Washington State Department of Transportation announced the closure of the setting of a girder for a new couplet bridge over Interstate 5 south of Mellen Street in Centralia's left lane traffic in each direction for six hours beginning 10 p.
What ceremonial couplet could one compose about the snake given all of the sedimented negative connotations associated with the image?
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS GL I B SPED HEN AURAHAAR IDO SLOT ASSASSIN PUNTER EYE EXPEL EBBS BARRIER MARK AGE TRICE LEI GRAS COUPLET SAME SABRE ACT BORDER BALMORAL NAVE USE MULE OMEN GPS AMPS DENT WEE THINKER Across: 1 Rise; 4 Lithe; 7 Heave; 8 Gypsy; 9 Acute; 10 Second-hand; 14 Extend; 16 Friend; 17 Streamline; 22 Torso; 23 Rouge; 25 Races; 26 Bleak; 27 Knot.
SCIENTISTS from a Welsh university are exploring how some of the world's best known works of literature are interpreted in widely diverse ways by different cultures - using more than 300 translations of a famous Shakespearean couplet.
Step 3: Teacher speaks about a couplet that is meaningful to them
The most common metrical form is the iambic fifteen-syllable verse in a rhyming couplet.
The final couplet switches from a four-beat line to five, adding surprise to the equation: "water naiad, threadtail, // sylph or sprite or penny nail.