10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYLLEPTICAL»
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The Sunday Philosophy Club
So Miss Bolo went home in a flood of tears and a sedan chair was sylleptical,
requiring a single word to be understood in a different sense, while See Pan with
flocks, with fruits Pomona crowned was a zeugma and called for the insertion of ...
Alexander McCall Smith, 2010
Some picturebooks are deliberately constructed in sylleptical patterns.
Mitsumasa Anno's Journey (1977) has been analyzed by many critics without
making use of the notion of syllepsis.15 In this wordless picturebook, the viewer
Maria Nikolajeva, Carole Scott, 2006
A sylleptical reading sustains a potential irony that renders any definitive answer
with regard to whether the attribution of agency to texts is itself a sylleptical
attribution or a confusion of literal and figurative ascriptions of agency. For these
Contributed papers, 39th session of the International ...
I. Introduction The purpose of this paper is to give a preliminary (in contrast to a
rigorous) description of processing and method of sylleptical aggregation. From
this point of view the relative importance of non-sampling compared with
International Statistical Institute. Congress, 1973
Actes de la Session: Proceedings of the Session
On the Method of Sylleptical Aggregation Macro-economic figures in official
statistics show inevitable errors and deficiencies. These shortcomings are in one
part due to errors in collecting and processing of basic data, but chiefly they
International Statistical Institute, 1973
Novo diccionario da lingua portugueza e ingleza: enriquecido ...
(gram.) sylleptlc, sylleptical. Syllogj'isar, r. a. to syllogize. *-lsme, m. syllogism, -
lstlcar, v. a. to argue with syllogisms. ~i'8tico, adj. syllogistic, syllo- gistical. ~izar,
V. syltogisar. Sylv||a, V. silca. ~ano, V. vano. Symbdl|[Ica,/. the art of symbolizing,
Henriette Michaelis, 1905
Critical and Exegetical Hand-book to the Gospel of Matthew
Arbitrary attempts have been made to explain our passage by saying either that,
in Matthew, the narrative is to be regarded as sylleptical (Jerome, Beza,
Maldonatus), or that Judas simply gave utterance to an observation in which the
Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer, Frederick Crombie, William Stewart, 1879
On Some Deficiencies in Our English Dictionaries: Being the ...
Delamer Sylleptical, adj. F W Farrar Syllogism, sb. T Taylor ,, sb. De Quincey
Sylvan, adj. W Scott Symbol, sb. Gibbon, Carlyle, S VVg2stlaked C olic, a '. arl le
Syyfibolicallyg adv. Carlyle Symbolic-alness, sb. Hare Symbolistic, adj. Windsor ...
Richard Chenevix Trench, 1857
Part the First of an Introduction to the Writing of Greek,: ...
... Nominative Case, of the Masculine Gender and Plural Number, with a Verb in
the Singular. There are some few examples of this mode to be found also in other
authors ; but they are always Sylleptical Expressions, and imply an universality.
George Isaac Huntingford, 1786
A New Method of Learning with Facility the Greek Tongue ...
But these sylleptical Phrases are authorised in all Languages : Srster- tium
decies numeral urn effe, Cic. for numerata. For with decies we must understand
centena millia. See the Lat. Meth. Amor amara dat tibi satis quod trgri fit, Plaut.
And in ...