Significant deductions from the various findings are too numerous to list, but I will briefly mention three more: Zeugma
is described as "rather isolated" in terms of economic life, with "trade .
The poet begins with a zeugma
in the first line of stanza 56: "Pitch thy behaviour low, thy projects high.
Which is why when Bob Hicok, employs, for example, a form of zeugma
called syllepsis (let's see if I can define this: when a word in a sentence breaks the syntactical and semantic rules of order in relation to other words in or sections of the sentence, so the delivery of meaning is disrupted; yikes.
= one word in two senses but pronounced once [Here I cheat, for my favorite is from Pope: "or stain her honour or her new brocade"]
The organization's plant infrastructure includes Cisco routers, DSLAM solutions from Occam Networks and the Zeugma
Services Node from Zeugma
The rhetorical figure here is zeugma
, the one verb "o'erthrow" being used to yoke together two radically dissimilar things, flood and fire, the past and the future.
2) This was the first time Rome shared a border with the (so-called) Parthian Empire--the section of the Euphrates more or less between Zeugma
in the north and Nicephorum in the south--Cappadocia and Armenia being client kingdoms at the time.
Carlin also employs zeugma
to display linguistic wit:
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contains nine uses of the word "and" in various functions of "yoking": first in the polysyndeton characteristic of the novel, joining the three verbs relating to the horsemen, and then as a simple coordinating conjunction joining the horsemen's clause with that of the architect; then in the ellipsis of the twice implied preposition "in" (in his coat, hat, and expression) in a sort of prepositional zeugma
("yoking" in Greek) suggesting the wearing of an expression as similar to the wearing of a hat; (4) and finally in the dominant adjectival coupling that is perhaps the most insistent stylistic feature of the novel, here in particularly strained or perhaps paradoxical form: casual and bitterly disinterested, condemned and conscientious.
Gaziantep, an important commercial hub since its Silk Road days, boasts some of the planet's best baklava and a breathtaking collection of Roman mosaics from the ancient city of Zeugma
He is former co-publisher of the Zeugma
Literary Journal and has written for numerous independent and alternative publications.