(2) The biblical word kidon is homonymic
with this word, meaning 'spear, lance'.
The first possibility involves strategic word play with place names that rests upon the discrepant signification of homonymic
terms across languages.
2) originate from inland northern Veracruz, and not the homonymic
place close to Oaxaca de Juarez (Fig.
If a match is found, the two CIDs are considered to be homonymic
. Fourteen of the 55 target chemicals had at least one homonymic
CID (Table 3).
An object directive with the same name of the element in U is used to state that the homonymic
But it may be that the Mesopotamian scribe achieved this etymographical interpretation without the need of the intervening homonymic
reading (hi = GAN).
The certainty of identity is not only questioned but, as the homonymic
reference to the Heideggerian word aletheia suggests, it is hidden.
As with his punning use of "charges," Dickens's point in jamming multiple senses of "battery" into a single blue bag could not be clearer: the connection between a pile of papers, a bloody fight between unequal opponents, a cache of loaded weapons, and the unjust application of legal force exceeds the homonymic
to the point of approaching equivalence.
arises, it can create what scholars call homonymic
tension or semantic
The word sonoma itself, with its homonymic
echo of somnambulance, electrifies meaning in poems that bookend the collection.
The SW work level is assessed by the homonymic
indices in steering handiness test.
It is unnecessary to define any annotations for the native methods in a JSO class source code because the Dalvik VM will automatically mangle the JSO native method with the homonymic
method in the corresponding NEO.