parathesis


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parathesis

(ˌpærəˈθiːsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-siːz)
1. (Grammar) the placing of grammatically parallel words or phrases together; apposition
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a square bracket; the content within such brackets; parenthesis
3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a note or remark added to a piece of writing as explanation or a promise to expand at a later point
4. (Linguistics) linguistics obsolete the expressing of ideas using the juxtaposition of words or syllables
5. (Ecclesiastical Terms) obsolete a prayer given by a bishop over converts

parathesis

a bishop’s prayer on behalf of catechumens. — parathetic, adj.
See also: Eastern Orthodoxy
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Doctors ruled out a stroke and MS as possible causes, before eventually diagnosing Abi with a rare condition called hereditary spastic parathesis.
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While Eternity is given-spatiality which is identity that homogenises being, the Eternal is "Spatial-temporality without Temporality properly speaking [...] it is a 'parathesis' of Etern-ity and the Tempor-al [...], and as such it is a transitionary 'stage' towards the trans-formation of Eternity into Spatial-Temporality" (Kojeve, 1968, p.
They also found that two species of shrubs, capulincillo (Parathesis villosa) and palo canelo (Cornus disciflora), had the highest IVIs.
En la zona Sur (Aguachica, San Martin) se establecen los bosques de Heliocarpus americanus y los de Nectandra membranacea y Parathesis adenanthera.
MUSICIAN and composer Faidros Kavallaris will attempt to keep the spirit of traditional Cypriot music alive and introduce it to coming generations on Wednesday with a recital of his musical composition entitled Parathesis for brass quintet and four pieces for the piano based on traditional Cypriot songs.
El primero se restringe a areas con topografia abrupta y laderas protegidas a la exposicion solar directa, predominando Malmea sp, y Parathesis bellizensis en el estrato arboreo y Podocarpus matudai en el estrato arbustivo.
Correlation of Postoperative Parathesis Coverage in the Sitting and Prone Positions With SCS Electrodes
(6) Walker's (1676: 41) comment: "And with these are usually taught a Parenthesis (...) and a Parathesis" reveals his disagreement with this inclusion.
El primer tipo de mezcla es el que se da por una yuxtaposicion (parathesis) de los ingredientes que intervienen en ella.
Twenty-two subjects manifested clinical peripheral neuropathy as reflected by the presence of a parathesis in both lower extremities and diminished sensations including vibratory sense below both knees.
Frequent consumption of seafood containing methyl mercury can cause parathesis (numbness and tingling sensations around the lips, fingers, and toes) and early symptoms of fish poisoning.