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As we see in Figure 2, the word formation meaning of derivations implies the meaning of intensification, extension of meaning, metonymic change, metaphor, etc.
However, while this instance calls to question earlier arguments, the possibility of reading the deployment of the foregoing linguistic features in the selected works as metonymic of drive for socio-cultural unity is not in doubt.
But the grotesque, metonymic picture (his legs, missing from his lower body, will grow as lilac-shoots) that comprises the foundation of the physical--and metaphorically, spiritual--renewal, ultimately emphasizes his failure in realizing such a world.
Thus, like metaphors, metonymic concepts structure not just our language but our thoughts, attitudes and actions.
While in the world of metonymic identification of any term with any other term, ritual dances are regarded as the very identity of the danced events, whether the latter are rain, demons, divinities, or ancestors, in the world of eternal return dance assumes preeminence.
In the metonymic text meaning is less centred, more fluid, constantly on the move.
Photographs are ipso facto metonymic reductions of the real.
This particular jacket, one of three in the Voyageur capsule collection, is the Mackintosh signature, the metonymic style used to represent the company, so Kuroki stayed extra-true to the original.
25) This metonymic conception, I suggest, makes these texts particularly susceptible to the kinds of creative usage that may lead to evolutions in meaning over time.
Similarly, the activities of the international petroleum industry tend to dominate popular perceptions of environmental despoliation owing both to the metonymic centrality of oil to modern life and the lurid, all-encompassing nature of its technological disasters, ranging from discrete events like the Exxon Valdez and Deepwater Horizon tragedies to the broader effects of war and global warming.
Sage argues how Baudrillard's essentially metonymic reconstruction of Crash overlooks the impact of Ballard's deadpan use of language which is also full of lurking metaphor.
I want to argue that sensationalism at the heart of reportage, and specifically photography, is fuelled by a metonymic production and reproduction of images.