In the above example, the CPA translation of the Greek verb has an independent pronoun in one manuscript (CCR1), but an enclitic
in another ([CSRPd]).
The ratios of enclitics
are within the same range, except for The Insatiate Countess act V: much lower.
These data show that a speaker can map two different prosodic structures (stress retained on the imperative verb even when enclitic
pronouns are added (a), and stress on the final clitic pronoun (b)) onto the same non-Italian syntactic structure (imperative verb + accusative clitic + dative clitic).
possessives in Lecce and surrounding towns.
', ansproece 'speaking as one', asciendlic 'interrogative' Law and order (116)
The carpenters were technicians who devoted themselves to the minutiae of scholarship, such as Robert Brownings hero in "A Grammarians Funeral," who formulated the syntactical "doctrine of the enclitic
De," i.e., the rule for distinguishing the Greek "de" (delta epsilon) meaning "toward" from the Greek "de" meaning "but." The architects, on the other hand, were the grand designers of magnificent scholarly edifices such as Wolfson's projected multi-volume Judaeo-centric History of Philosophy.
Derrida, Jacques (1978), "The Retrait of Metaphor," Enclitic
Non-exhaustively, we could demonstrate this with practically every word: grammatical case and gender appear still to be present, as in the expression of the typically Norse enclitic
definite particle, as with yurn 'the earth' (Modern Norwegian jorden) or olt illt 'every evil', where <t> marks an unexpressed neuter noun.
(46) See Michael Halley, "PAS A SA PLACE" (1980) 4:1 Enclitic
at 97 (citing and discussing Martin Heidegger, "Letter on Humanism") ["PAS"].
Eventually, this pattern was extended to the more marginal enclitic
Final post-tonic syllables (sometimes considered semiforte), especially the last enclitic
attached to verbs.