Stanford's syntax varies, though he favors parataxis
and cataloguing techniques propelled by bluesy or biblical anaphora.
Given that no other discourse markers are attested in the songs and that parataxis
is common (i.
3) What does metaphor have to do with nouns, or alliteration with apposition, meter with the 3rd person, or parataxis
with binary form?
Its grammar breaks down into parataxis
, as it exposes itself to an unorganized, unstably experienced world.
In describing the spectator's self-identification, Metz's prose proceeds by way of a rhetorical parataxis
of simile piled upon simile.
With regards the Salaries & Benefits Regulations, participants recommended to develop a Salaries, Benefits & reimbursements Regulations and make them flexible and easy to change, as well as to take advantage of international successful regulations in the field of job evaluation, wages and employment Benefits regulations, which will contribute to parataxis
the systems and regulations applied in the GCC countries.
Vocho (Yellow), 2004, Margarita Cabrera's stitched rendition of the once-ubiquitous Volkswagen Bug--for which the artist refashioned in vinyl those parts made in Mexico--weds the logic of Claes Olden burg's soft sculptures to global politics, while works by Josephine Meckseper and Rachel Harrison explore the parataxis
of product display and Arnie Siegel's montage of YouTube Sinatra wannabes singing "My Way" (My Way 2, 2009) pursues the echo of Warhol's celebrity culture to its final, flattest frontier.
planned enraged skin parataxis
skint pits risible pariah fits congealed
Out of the fifteen sentences in the broadcast, one is a question and thirteen are simple parataxis
structures that are mainly descriptive statements.
They boycotted the March 1946 elections which were won by the monarchist United Patriotic Party Unomeni Parataxis
It is also useful to think of the peril involved in these translations in an episode where the danger of allegory and its vulnerability to slippage has been dampened by parataxis
, through the juxtaposition with the fountain.
A topos" means a place (topos) that does not exist: "If the modern, and the postmodern itself by way of a utopic syntaxis, and the postmodern expresses itself by means of a dystopic parataxis
[these are some of the well-known modern and postmodern positions in both theories] the metamodern, it appears exposes itself through a-topic metaxis" (Vermeulen, Akker 2010: 12).