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It is no coincidence that Aeneas' pivotal decision to set sail for Italy reproduces the "sea/sea" homophony that has already been deployed twice.
Simple translation, synonymic substitution, and homophony were probably used in V 44 and 52.
More specifically, "wordplay" is understood as a blanket term for all sorts of playful experiments with words, whereas "pun" is taken to refer to those instances of verbal humour which rest on the above-mentioned linguistic mechanisms of homonymy, homophony and paronymy (to the exclusion of homography for reasons set out in footnote 3).
Highlights of the night for them were For Unto Us A Child Is Born, where the sections blended extremely well in homophony, and the amusing All We Like Sheep.
6) The homophony between the initial element kay- of this verb and the inverse suffix -kay can be considered as accidental.
But lasses also feature in many of his songs, and -on account of the homophony between the plural of both the plain and the diminutive forms of the noun lass- the sound iconism of the diminutive may appear to be more frequent than written texts would suggest.
However, an argument from homophony shows that auditory experiences do not resolve differences in meaning not marked by differences in sound.
Pearson discusses Mallarme's poetic development in terms of his play with homophony and rhyme and how the "semantic 'music'" of homophony in "Faune" explodes and disperses ie dualities of rhyme (Unfolding Mallarme 133).
First musicians using polyphony and homophony in their compositions can be seen during the 19th century in Turkey.
Another example where the homophony embedded in the image of the letter is lost can be found in the use of the letter C (Picture 4).
I borrow the observation of this homophony from Donaldson-Evans, though to different ends (see "The Sea as Symbol" 37).
RWR assumes a Davidsonian truth-theoretic framework, which compositionally delivers truth-conditions as semantic values for declarative sentences, and reference-conditions for referring expressions, in both cases as close as possible to the ideal of homophony, thus renouncing any reductive ambitions.