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Synonyms for parenthetical

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marked by or given to digression

Synonyms for parenthetical

an expression in parentheses

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qualifying or explaining

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Plus, there is guidance for incorporating citations into documents, signals, explanatory parentheticals, and order of authorities, as well as a whole chapter on quotations.
The parenthetical phrase adds the proviso that any water found in the same watershed with a navigable-in-fact or interstate water will be deemed to have a significant nexus and will be regulated.
Donkin's solution is to weave the two together, choosing to shift musical textures not as the "voice" shifts from parenthetical or not, but rather as the gold of the sunset washes across the piano, exemplified in the opening of Donkin's second song (Example 1).
Discussions and theorizations of parenthetical insertions and expressions usually control for the contexts in which they appear by considering such elements as they are found in prose.
Patrick Krey's book review in the April 26 issue contains the following parenthetical remark: "After all, as we know, if the supply of something increases, the demand will drop.
The new FS5098 Fendi Sun Image design, distributed by Marchon, features parenthetical metal plaques with adjacent rivets, embedded onto frame fronts.
Research into conversation in other languages, such as English and Swedish, have shown that lack of complementizer may be a symptom of the fact that personal pronoun + verb patterns do not function as main clauses (Karlsson 2005; Thompson 2002), or that their syntactic status is indeterminate between main clause and parenthetical (Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English 1999 : 197, cf.
In "The Parenthetical Fix" (February 2010 IFR), I found an interesting discussion, but one that may miss the point.
It is most natural to understand verse 21b as sequential in relation to verse 20, with verse 21a being parenthetical, as The Jewish Publication Society translation of verses 20-21 suggests:
A year can be excluded from subsequent nonparenthetical references within the same paragraph when (1) the name of the author was first included in the narrative and not as a parenthetical refer ence (e.
Qaradawi, however, objected to the use of parenthetical dashes as they imply that the sentence between them is not originally in the text and this could cause confusion.
That notion seems also behind the manual's description of MLA documentary style as a system of "parenthetical documentation" that uses as its central feature brief parenthetical citations in the text keyed to an alphabetical list of works cited" so that the "typical citation consists of an author's last name and a page reference: '(Marcuse 197).
This would be the first thorough study ever of the phenomenon of parenthetical units in biblical Hebrew.
Of the twenty-three tracks on this compilation, thirteen have some sort of parenthetical qualification: instrumental, remix, dub version, acid rainforest mix.
CLWB Ifor Bach in Cardiff hosts Rolo Tomassi tonight, Parenthetical Girls on Tuesday and Cage The Elephant on Wednesday.