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asyndetic

[¦as·ən¦ded·ik]
(computer science)
Omitting conjunctions or connectives.
Pertaining to a catalog without cross references.
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In the house poem, asyndeton occurs at the levels of temporality that make the poem itself a past, one that leaves blank the spaces of time to which it refers.
The outside phrases have connectives; the inside phrases are in asyndeton.
And the fragment itself is filled with rhetorical figures of "interruption and short-circuiting": asyndeton, anacoluthon, parataxis, enantioseme, etc.
17) In a noteworthy address at West Point in 1962, General Douglas MacArthur repeatedly had intoned, with Spartan asyndeton, "Duty, Honor, Country"; now, the U.
I have so far used the name "Muriel" to refer to the character also called "Murasaki" in the text, which makes for a modicum of clarity but hides an important ambiguity, No explicit continuity bridges the asyndeton separating the occurrences of "Muriel" and "Murasaki," which makes equating them an arbitrary interpretation.
And if auddesikam [arthaprthaktvam] '[separateness of meanings] produced by sequential mention' refers to asyndeton, then Yaska seems to be saying that a karmopasamgraha particle clarifies two or more structures as being separate conjoined entities, whereas sequential mention (= asyndeton) does not.
The first sentence is stylistically artful, employing parallel structure, ellipsis of the verbs, and asyndeton in its rejection of conjunctions.
Indeed, Messiah, God, angels - linked by asyndeton as Jonsonian as it is Miltonic - take the place of Jonson's four Lucanic characters; and "Heav'n, Hell, Earth, Chaos, All" are thrust together, or apart, as violently as are the elements of Lucan's "world.
This gives a rather awkward asyndeton in fine 417, and Thomas supplies a bracketed Et in his translation.
Note also that in the passage quoted above, KBo XXXII 14 I 52, the two Hurrian verbal forms linked by asyndeton are likewise translated into Hittite by means of a single verb (see Neu's observations on this, p.
Longinus includes asyndeton in a list of figures that loosen the links that stifle the energy of language, emitting energy and passion at great speed (101).