One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A macronuclear pointer could derive entirely from the headpointer, entirely from the tailpointer, or chimerically from both, depending on the splice location.’
- ‘In this paper, I take seriously the notion that the consumption of such chimerically constructed commodities should be considered neither irrelevant nor an outrage - two common responses.’
- ‘He has been archivist or records manager to a wide range of organisations from business to educational (and one - the Oxford University Press - that is chimerically both of the above!’
- ‘The majority of tracks clock in near the ten-minute mark and are rife with chimerically harnessed energy funneled into a myriad of outlets.’
- ‘For these artists art and craft practice has converged chimerically.’
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