a meditative cadence to the union of

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ironman2012

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Chinese
Hi,

Why do writers so often love to run? Running affords the freedom of distance, coupled with the literary appeal of solitude. There’s a meditative cadence to the union of measured breaths and metered strides. Writers and runners both operate on linear planes, and the running writer soon realizes the relationship between art and sport is a mutually beneficial one.

(This comes from theatlantic.com Why Writers Run by Nick Ripatrazone on Nov 11, 2015.)

Does "to" here mean 'belong to'? That is, the cadence belongs to the union.

Thanks in advance!
 
  • Barque

    Banned
    Tamil
    This "to" roughly means "in". The union of measured breaths and metered strides has a meditative cadence.

    Cross-posted.
     
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