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Later chapters cover uses and forms of language in the play, rhetorical strategies, humor, malapropisms, imagery, prose, and verse.
So there's plenty here about riddles, puns, creating words from merging other words, meanings, derivations, malapropisms, word play and so on.
He included examples of spoonerisms, limericks, malapropisms and items taken from Edward Lear's Book of Nonsense.
One doctor said the Malapropisms were caused by "a rush of Scouse to the head".
New York -- Yogi Berra, the Hall of Fame catcher renowned as much for his dizzying malapropisms as his record 10 World Series championships with the New York Yankees, has died.
Comedy malapropisms - characters confusing Terry Dean with James Parallels could be drawn between their lot and that of their characters in Byrne's play, aching for a step up from their first-rung jobs mixing paint in carpet factory.
The] BJMP's legal gobbledygook and malapropisms of international law are pretentious cover to deny or restrict entry and access of legitimate doctors, counsel on record and regular visitors to political prisoners on hunger strike.
How the property's ghosts must shudder as dropped aitches and malapropisms crash to glass floors.
He's a poet-critic, folding his philosophy into triumphant malapropisms.
After silent films gave way to talkies, Velez became typecast as the stereo-typical Mexican girl, purchasing cheap laughs with malapropisms in broken English and cute-angry diatribes in Spanish.
It is littered with grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, inappropriate capitalisation and malapropisms, including a reference to Mr Mitchell's "digesting behaviour".
Katherine gained near-celebrity status for her malapropisms ala Yogi Berra.