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The antonymic euphemisms basir for dma and salim for ladigh are still in use in Modern Standard Arabic; cf.
Not only stasis statements prove indifferent to backwards or antonymic orientation.
Prima facie, we know that the category 'political subject' has, at different historical points, operated in completely antonymic ways: from the passive subservience of a subject (subjectum, 'that which is kept down'--literally 'that which is thrown underneath'), to the active subject, and its seizure of politics itself.
Preposition-adjective compounds include the curious instance of antonymic prepositions compounding with the same adjective to yield two different verbs with the same meaning: slow down and slow up.
All he says in support of this notion is that synonymic and antonymic relationships characterize the members of a paradigm.
Indeed, his record is inflected both by the notion of belatedness and by its antonymic partner, prescience.
This passage highlights the co-mingling of ostensibly antonymic discursive elements at the scene of the crime.
By extending the antonymic relationship between "black" and "white," the phrases suggest an associative opposition between "free" and "house" as well, implicating th e domestic as the space in which the free black is rendered a "nig.
Alternatively, the idea of police is in opposition to the idea of individual expression, lexicalized in this study by the antonymic concepts individualism/individualisme.
Part I consists of three sections: on the typology of negative adjectives (which I find by far the most satisfying); on negative verbal units and prefixation (where I find the straitjacket of a uniform presentation of verbs with the prefixes zne- and zane- only partially loosened by the excursion on de-adjectival verbs); on antonymic [sic] adjectives, which in part refines some of the first chapter.
As knowledge about the national wealth became increasingly necessary, though, political arithmeticians began to distinguish between the manufacturing and the use of goods via the antonymic concepts of "production" and "consumption.