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Diacritical marks are signs added to a certain letter to change its meaning or pronunciation.
In principle, this condition comes with the recognition that (1) all phenomena, as some sort of empirical presence, are not given; what is "given" is diacritical and, if we may say so, poli-critical significations wherein meanings are the differences between phenomena.
The problem--or, to be more fair, my problem--is how this project of linguistic remanding devolves quickly into plot summary and diacritical recursivity (as opposed to diacritical intervention).
After reading the preface, this reader was also disappointed, because diacritical points of Syriac and Arabic were suppressed, no translation of all passages in Latin were given, and there are many misprints in French (of which Tyardet instead of Pontus of Tyard, in the book on the Antwerp Polyglot Bible, 108, is the most curious), even a few in Latin.
Washington, Nov 19 (ANI): The first Islamic inscription, dating back to 1,300 years, may help solve a mystery about the Qur'an that has vexed historians for hundreds of years, namely the reason behind the text being seemingly written without diacritical marks.
T]he diacritical opposition between the 'homosocial' and the 'homosexual' seems to be much less thorough and dichotomous for women than men .
Quick-access buttons permit punctuation, currency symbols, and diacritical markings.
Their pitch, stress, and duration (suprasegmentals) are--aside from the ham-fisted renderings of stress and pitch provided by punctuation and other diacritical marks--invisible on the page or screen.
The mixture of parenthetical and diacritical formulas speak to the referential obliquity of the phrase, which is more properly a slot by which the very formal violence of that opening (an incompletion whose momentary occupation all the more forcefully stresses the real of the aperture) is conveyed.
The committee agreed that bird names are capitalized, patronyms are possessive, and diacritical marks are not used.
As I will argue, the relationship between Wend Kuuni and his sister Pughneere, which Gaston Kabore articulates at the level of diacritical cultural discourse exposes the most interesting social struggles recurrent in almost all African societies.
Furthermore, tone is reflected, in one way or another, in the orthography--in Chinese, in the choice of characters, and in Attic Greek, with diacritical marks.