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Synonyms for virgule

a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information

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Most sets have the marginal circle; most also have the double virgules next to the text.
DesRuisseaux is capable of striking and insightful images, of which "chaque aurore / met des virgules h l'eternite" is one example.
The balade is quite carefully presented, with virgules marked, stanzas distinguished by paraphs, and rhymes bracketted, in a hand which Dr Ian Doyle would date to the 1420s or 1430s.
A curious feature of the text is the appearance of virgules at the beginnings of lines.
In other words, whereas Rusk and Slater accounted for alterations in the manuscripts in footnotes, Tilton uses angle brackets and virgules to indicate in the text itself cancellations, write-overs, etc.
Une ponctuation peu commune, avec une preponderance des points et une presence rarissime des virgules et des points d'exclamation dans un texte, cependant, emotif.
Because we have no record of Chaucer's original work, the reliability of the virgules as authorial rather than editorial or scribal will always be in question.
Il ponctue l'espace de ses yeux tout en orientant nos regards vers des points, des virgules et des traits d'union faisant de son corps un vrai texte.
On ne passe plus des heures a voter sur des virgules et des points-virgules.
Genet writes: "Le portrait m' apparait d'abord comme un enchevetrement de lignes courbes, virgules, cercles fermes" (1958, 50).
Ce n'est cependant que sur la copie autographe que Flaubert decide de separer toutes ces sequences par des virgules (cf.
There is an unexplained outbreak of vertical rules in the text (in addition to the regular virgules to mark line breaks) on pages 23-4.
Here is a fairly typical passage with virgules marking the T-unit or compound clause boundaries, with compound verbs in italics, and with and in bold:
Relevons l'emploi des virgules, placees a des intervalles reguliers comme pour marquer le rythme de la respiration, la gradation qui touche generalement les adjectifs (visqueuse, trouble, molle, indecise), les enumerations procedant par la negation (ni repete neuf fois), et enfin les conjonctions indiquant la reprise d'une activite raisonnante (c'est-a-dire, en tout cas, plus ou moins).
l'etude des grains du papier, des virgules, des jambages, des