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What Is Alliteration in English?

Alliteration (also known as head rhyme, initial rhyme, or front rhyme) is a device in written and spoken languages in which a string of words and phrases repeats the same letter or letter combinations. Much of children's poetry uses alliteration: "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers" is a memorable tongue-twister taught to English-speaking children.
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9 Reasons to Become a Meteorologist

Meteorology is becoming more and more popular, but it's still a fairly uncommon field of study. If you have the smallest inkling of fascination. Here are nine reasons why a career in the weather sciences may be a good fit for you. Maybe a 4-year degree isn't feasible for you-that's okay! There are still ways you can contribute to your local and national weather communities.
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Medal, Meddle, Metal, and Mettle

Let's look at four words that sound similar but have different meanings. Medal and meddle are homophones, as are metal and mettle . Definitions The noun medal refers to a flat piece of metal stamped with an image or design--like a badge on a police officer's uniform, a medallion on a New York City taxicab, or a service medal awarded to a member of the armed forces.
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