An example of a phrase that corresponds in meter to the Bachic foot is "BAD QUARTO: In the jargon of Shakespearean scholars, a "bad quarto" is a copy of the play that a disloyal actor would recreate from memory and then submit for publication in a rival publishing house without the consent of the author.
These bad quartos are often grossly inaccurate, but may contain useful stage directions not included in the original.
The gods of Aesir have funeral rites for Balder, burning him in a longship.
These contests are called in Welsh Eisteddfodau (singular Eisteddfod).
In modern Welsh, the term bardd refers to any participant who has competed in an Eisteddfod.
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