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- ‘Looking itself precedes by nanoseconds the convoluted analogic mazes our minds construct.’
- ‘In this world of correspondences and analogies, the suffering of Christ demands a similar, consciously analogic, sacrifice.’
- ‘These acquisition systems are mutually facilitative: ‘The more powerful the context-sensitive decoding rules (or analogic capabilities), the more entries the learner can acquire.’’
- ‘What it means is that pronouns, like all other words, are changeable, via regular sound changes, analogic restructuring, and borrowing.’
- ‘This approach draws parallels between similarity judgments and analogic comparisons.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.