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In forms (c) and (d) below, /b/ is not infixed but rather not realized in the singular due to intervocalic deletion.
A more wide-reaching classification of refrain types--prefixed, suffixed, infixed and others--ensues in the next chapter.
The company currently has about 10 million subscribers, including 7.5 million in mobile phone services, 1.6 million infixed lines and the rest in broadband.
Gnawed within and scorched without, with the infixed, unrelenting fangs of some incurable idea; such an one, could he be found, would seem the very man to dart his iron and lift his lance against the most appalling of all brutes.
Object pronominals may occur as suffixes or infixes and may change according to the preceding vowel or consonant of the verb to which they are infixed or suffixed.
The trainer consists of a body whose external surface, in principle, repeats the contour of a combat mine, and its inside is installed with a barrel with an infixed charge.
No outwall and no adamant infixed with stars: no sphere.
If there is a drop in marginal costs but not infixed costs," for example, food becomes less expensive, and the time costs of preparing meals remain constant or increase, portion sizes at home increase.
This slangy character is also in other combining forms of recent creation such as -esta (< fiesta) which denotes extra fanfare, celebration, and the like (e.g., jubilesta [<jubilee], Hallowesta < Halloween]) and el -o which constitutes an amusing variation of whatever is infixed (el cheapo 'heap product', el ropo, etc.; see Murray 1996).
the conjunctive participle -k[??], -b- is infixed prior to the insertion
The egotism of the Dauphin's conclusion that he never loved himself "Till now infixed I beheld myself,/ Drawn in the flattering table of her eye" (II.i.503-04) betrays this antimetabole's function of self-compliment.