By contrast, the only way in which one could legitimately say that the relationship of "following" as understood in the third sense is deniable would be if the nature of the subject of the protasis
did not logically entail the nature of the subject of the apodosis.
Then the diviner cites another omen, whose protasis
describes the appearance of the sun within a lunar halo, a seemingly impossible event.
the relationship between the protasis
("forgive us our debts")
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At Cava Protasis
, spreading the word for Austrian wine was recently the theme of an evening tasting.
In the Gunwinjguan language Bininj Gun-Wok (Evans 2003:650-651), reason constructions can contain the apprehensive particle wardi, as in the structure in (20) below, where the clause denoting a reason (itself complex, with a conditional protasis
and apodosis) is introduced by wardi.
As Dimler further demonstrates, the relation between res picta and res significata, that is, allusive protasis
and implied apodosis, becomes figurative (and thereby truly emblematic) when the poetic image of one thing is compared to the poetic image of another thing, these two images being differentiated and yet associated according to the rhetorical sources of invention-analogy, opposition, estrangement, and allusion.
The verbal inflexion that descends historically from the "preterite subjunctive", and which we find in the protasis
of "unreal conditional" sentences such as (4), is also not a marker of the traditional tense distinction marked on the first (main-clause) verb in (1-3).
The three cardinal turns--the delayed protasis
of the ghost's repetitive appearance, the crisis, brought about by the mousetrap scene and the catastrophe the proportionately stretched-to-the-limits closure--provide both the play (compositionally) and the Hamlet-world (conceptually) with a geometry generating the illusion of inverted spatial definition.
The prominent Hellenic labels include: Protasis
, a popular contemporary and traditional label; FM Records, which is providing tracks including Mikis Theodorakis' new orchestral interpretation of the "Zorba The Greek" soundtrack; Poeta Negra and Ntrop Records, both specializing in electronic contemporary music; Revoe Records, renowned for avant-classical and world music; Monom Records; Pop Art Records, with indie rock and electronic music; and Kathreftis/MusicMirror, which features world and traditional music.
The latter, which is the product of a joint effort with Bruker Biospin and Protasis
, comes equipped with the same autosampler as the CapLC and is adept at analyzing metabolites and impurities that arise in the drug development process.
Non enim excursus hic ejus, sed opus ipsum est," (1) he quotes in the seventh volume, gently chiding any reader who might still, at that late date, be hoping for the traditional sequence of protasis
, epitasis, catastasis, catastrophe, and peripeteia.