For me, the big thing was I had to unhear the rhythms in my head of the way everybody else had done it.
Jim Campbell: rhythms of Perception is on display at the Museum of Moving Image in Astoria until June 15.
He is reserved when saying this, his Brooklyn accent influenced by the rhythms of the Caribbean of St. Vincent.
There is a reason The Lion King has been such a phenomenal stage hit—African rhythms are infectious.
Gingrich has built the ultimate modern campaign, based entirely on the rhythms of political journalism.
The true poet projects visions and rhythms out from his brain, and gazes at and hearkens to them.
To say what these rhythms are will be your duty—you must teach me them, as you have already taught me the harmonies.
The rhythms seem to approach the wild, unnumbered rhythms of the forest and the wind and the nickering sunlight.
But this cataract of dried leaves, too, is a study in the rhythms of the dead.
In the school of landscape painting emotion is created entirely by combinations of moving light and by the rhythms thus caused.
1550s, "rhymed verse, metrical movement," from Latin rhythmus "movement in time," from Greek rhythmos "measured flow or movement, rhythm; proportion, symmetry; arrangement, order; form, shape, wise, manner; soul, disposition," related to rhein "to flow," from PIE root *sreu- "to flow" (see rheum). Rhythm method of birth control attested from 1936. Rhythm and blues, U.S. music style, is from 1949 (first in "Billboard").
Movement or variation characterized by the regular recurrence or alternation of different quantities or conditions, as in the heartbeat.