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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mid_vowel

A mid vowel is any in a class of vowel sounds used in some spoken languages. The defining characteristic of a mid vowel is that the tongue is positioned midway between an open vowel and a close vowel. Other names for a mid vowel are lowered close-mid vowel and raised open-mid vowel, though the former phrase may ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_kigo

The traditional Japanese seasons are: Spring: 4 February—5 May: Summer: 6 May—7 August: Autumn: 8 August—6 November: Winter: 7 November—3 February. For kigo, each season is then divided into early, mid-, and late periods. For spring, these would be: Early spring: 4 February—5 March (February): Mid- spring: 6 ...

socratic.org/questions/is-the-phrase-mid-may-an-example-of-assonance-consonance-alliteration-or-metapho

Mar 5, 2017 ... Explanation: An alliteration is "the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words."(Google). Because "Mid-May" has an 'm' sound at the beginning of each word, it is therefore an alliteration. Was this helpful? Let the contributor know! Yes. Post comment 1500 ...

www.answers.com/Q/The_phrase_mid-may_is_example_of

The phrase mid-may is an example of an alliteration.

www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/mid-May

mid-May. Maymid-May. the "May" family. Usage Examples. All SourcesFictionArts / CultureNewsBusinessSportsScience / MedTechnology. Attorney's office has confirmed that, along with the FBI, it is investigating the breach at Atlanta-based Equifax, which the company said lasted from mid-May to July and exposed the data ...

www.thoughtco.com/signal-phrase-grammar-and-composition-1692095

May 25, 2017 ... A signal phrase includes a verb (such as said or wrote) along with the name of the person who's being quoted. Although a signal phrase most often appears before a quotation, the phrase may instead come after it or in the middle of it. Editors and style guides generally advise writers to vary the positions of ...

idioms.thefreedictionary.com/be+that+as+it+may

A set phrase that acknowledges a previous statement as true but ultimately unable to override some fact or sway one's thoughts on the matter. Yes, my daughter made a mistake. But be that as it may, this punishment is much too severe. I'm sure that he really does need help with this project. Be that as it may, I just can't stay ...

writingexplained.org/idiom-dictionary/be-that-as-it-may

It ties to an older phrase: be as be may. That phrase was used for hundreds of years and supposedly can be found in writing around Chaucer's era, although it is difficult to find examples from this time. It seems that be that as it may evolved from that phrase around the mid-1800s. It is always, at a minimum, a slightly formal ...

en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/phrase

Definition of phrase - a small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit, typically forming a component of a clause.