10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPERBATIC»
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Interpreting a Classic: Demosthenes and His Ancient Commentators
Didymus elucidates Demosthenes' use of “hyperbatic phrasing” (uperbatwi thi fra⁄
sei, col. 7.1–2) by “(re)- construing” (katastateon, col. 7.2; note also k(ata)stasi~,
col. 6a) a quotation from Dem. 10.34. The term katastasi~ in ancient rhetoric ...
Thought and Faith: Revelation, redemption-salvation, time, ...
ens where the gods dwell), to that distant hyperbatic sphere, the zone of isolation,
Lokakasa, a place entirely cut off—a zone of pure and unaffected existence, the
path to which has been opened by the Tirthankaras for the rest of humanity ...
Metrical Constraint and the Interpretation of Style in the ...
As has already been indicated, possessives are often chosen by Euripides, and
to a lesser extent by Sophocles, when a hyperbatic phrase had to be completed
with a monosyllable. The same is true of possessive pronouns. If a hyperbatic ...
Another question to which as yet I see no answer is whether any significance is to
be attached to the relative frequency with which a poet uses hyperbaton and the
various hyperbatic ornaments at different stages of his career or in different ...
The philosophy of the human voice: embracing its ...
I have pointed-out a similarity, in principle, between the Latin grammatical, and
the English vocal methods of obviating any eror or obscurity, incident to a
hyperbatic syntax : the whole meaning of the sentence, being in one case,-
signified by ...
The Apology of Plato. With a Revised Text and English Notes, ...
And Soph. Ant. 404, Grimm-Gav or (I'll! 'rbv verov 'A1re11rac—' him whom thou
forbadest to bury, namely that corpse' (the order is hyperbatic). § 217. Not to be
identified with the foregoing are the following, which contain an implicit sentence,
Plato, Edwin PALMER (Archdeacon of Oxford.), 1867
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... ii 26 „ Hydrogen Hyoscyamin Iambically Iconoclasm Idoneous 26 i1 27
Hydrolite Hypaethral Iambics Iconolater Idrialine 27 ii 28 Hydrology Hypallage
Ibex Iconology Igasuric 28 1i * 29 Hydromancy Hyperbatic Icarian Icosandria
Igneous 29 ii ...
Hamilton, Fraser and co, 1880
The Premier Cypher Telegraphic Code
... hypanto hypeneha hyperenor 3 hypertonie hypherpes hypnum hypocrisis
hyoseyami hyparque hypenus hyperesia *v, hyperurese hyphialtes hypoaeolio
hypocrisy hyoseribus hypaspist hyperbatic hyperiam 6 hypethral hyphydre
The royal dictionary-cyclopædia, for universal reference, ...
The species are the anastrophe, the hysteron-proteron, the hypal- lage, the
synchysis, the tmesis, the parenthesis, and the proper hyperbaton, which last is a
long retention of the verb which completes the sentence. Hyperbatic, hi-per-bat'-
Transactions of the American Philological Association
Now the entire hyperbatic clause in the Olynthiac passage is an adjunct of Bogav
, and is consequently in its admissible position ; something like Chapman's, "The
golden -rod -sustaining Argus'- Guide." An anonymous rhetorician in Spengel, ...
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Wright continues to fight to improve her health
The Wright's are hoping to continue the improvement now with a form of treatment called hyperbatic oxygen therapy (HBOT). The way it works ... «NG News, Feb 13»