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 ==== Rule 9 ==== ==== Rule 9 ====
  
-In this order of counterpoint,​ two minims ((half notes)) should be placed over every semibreve ((whole note)) of the //cantus firmus//, except for the last bar, where a semibreve ((whole note)) should always be put against a semibreve ((whole note)).+In this order ((species)) ​of counterpoint,​ two minims ((half notes)) should be placed over every semibreve ((whole note)) of the //cantus firmus//, except for the last bar, where a semibreve ((whole note)) should always be put against a semibreve ((whole note)).
  
 The first part of the bar which is occupied by a minim ((half note)), is called the //accented part of the bar//; and the second part occupied equally by another minim ((half note)), is called the //​unaccented part of the bar//. The first part of the bar which is occupied by a minim ((half note)), is called the //accented part of the bar//; and the second part occupied equally by another minim ((half note)), is called the //​unaccented part of the bar//.
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