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analeptic

[¦an·ə¦lep·tik]
(pharmacology)
Any drug used to restore respiration and a wakeful state.
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(116; emphasis mine) Buried in this extended paragraph, the analeptic recall of Rider's lynching takes place between the section's two em dashes.
Drug name Therapeutic category Acetaminophen Analgesic; antipyretic Ambroxol Expectorant Bromhexine Expectorant; mucolytic Caffeine CNS stimulant; respiratory stimulant Carbinoxamine Antihistaminic d-Chlorpheniramine Antihistaminic Clemastine Antihistaminic Dextromethorphan Antitussive Dihydrocodeine Analgesic (narcotic); antitussive Ethenzamide Analgesic Guaiacol Expectorant Guaifenesin Expectorant Ibuprofen Anti-inflammatory; analgesic; antipyretic Isopropamide Antispasmodic Loxoprofen (R, S) Anti-inflammatory; analgesic Mequitazine Antihistaminic d-Methylephedrine Analeptic Noscapine Antitussive Pseudoephedrine Decongestant Tranexamic acid Hemostatic TABLE 2: Binding affinities of the ingredients of cold medicines to the antigenic-peptide binding groove of HLA-A * 02:06.
(4) Also, the narrative is highly analeptic, which means
But these shifts in time create an unsettling effect since narratives with a third person, extradiegetic narrator usually narrate using present tense and then use the flashback or analeptic narration to configure events in the past.
Cedric Watts, who is among those who have untangled and re-chronicled Conrad's analeptic narrative, notes that as Conrad's time-shift method throws us about from one time to another by grafting one incident onto the ongoing scene, what remains constant is the scenic background that helps reorient readers in the course of the narrative's "convolutions and abruptness" (Preface 156-57).
analeptic dependent clauses as a function of syntactic structure type.
Instead, it begins in medias res with an analeptic prologue set in a courtroom at the suspenseful moment when the protagonist who has not yet been introduced is awaiting and then receives the jury's verdict for a crime that has not yet been explained.
The second voice is that of the protagonist, Simonini, the homodiegetic narrator who knows and may only describe those analeptic events and those which unfold before his eyes, as they are bond to a past/present temporal duration.
Loeb believes that both the satyr play and Part 4 are to be understood as possessing an analeptic quality that arises from their juxtaposition of the serious with the farcical.
- What do atypical antipsychotics, an analeptic, and targeted magnets have in common?
Kermode's book, which reads like a conversation with a favorite professor, is free of jargon--except for one extraordinary sentence: "But the narratologist will distinguish analepses as either homodiegetic or heterodiegetic, according to the status or otherwise of the story affected by the analeptic intrusion.
The fugacious video, which selectively documented a night of performances organized by Kai Althoff and Brandon Stosuy on July 30, 2009, offered a compact metaphor for the analeptic angle that constitutes the exhibition's premise: Works for the annual are chosen by guest curators based on their own experiences of "looking at art in New York in the previous year."