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|Examples (expression referring to a preceding expression)|
- (rhetoric) The repetition of a phrase at the beginning of phrases, sentences, or verses, used for emphasis.
- They didn't speak. They didn't stand. They didn't even look up when I came in.
- (linguistics) An expression that can refer to virtually any referent, the specific referent being defined by context.
- (linguistics) An expression that refers to a preceding expression.
- (Christianity) The most solemn part of the Divine Liturgy or the Mass during which the offerings of bread and wine are consecrated as body and blood of Christ.
- Synonym: Eucharistic Prayer
- In linguistics, the terms anaphor and anaphora are sometimes used interchangeably, although in some theories, a distinction is made between them. See the Wikipedia article.
repetition of a phrase used for emphasis
linguistics: An expression that can refer to virtually any referent
linguistics: expression that refers to another expression
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