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Merism

"synecdoche in which totality is expressed by contrasting parts" (e.g. high and low, young and old), 1894, from Mod.

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Reproductive Structures and Evolution in Ludwigia (Onagraceae). I
Placentation, Merism. Richard H Eyde. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 64:644-655 (1977) http://biostor.
4-HYDROXY-2-QUINOLONES 147*. SYNTHESIS AND TAUTO
MERISM OF 2-METHYL-9H-FURO-. [2,3-b]QUINOLIN-4-ONE. I.
Evolution of Perianth and Stamen Characteristics with Respect to
“In the Beginning God…” Genesis 1:1a
I. The God who sovereignly begins- All things (the heavens and the earth- merism), had their beginning through a creative act of God. A.
Village Capital at HVL FAQ's June 2011
The two Ł50k prizes are being provided by Merism Capital and other investors. What are the terms of the investments?

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Secrets and seduction in seed investment
Stephen Rockman is the founder of Merism Capital, a seed fund for social businesses, and co-founder of Hub Venture Labs, the first incubator in Europe dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs.
Video: making equity work in social enterprise
Stephen Rockman, founder of Merism Capital, aims to change that. Merism Capital takes equity in social enterprises in return for funding of between £50000 and £150000. Matt Black met up with him to discover how equity can work in the space.
The psychology of looting
Consu-merism relies upon people feeling disconnected from the world.” Leaving Baudrillard aside, just because there is no political agenda on doesn't mean the answer isn't rooted in politics.

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Merism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Merism | Define Merism at Dictionary.com
"synecdoche in which totality is expressed by contrasting parts" (e.g. high and low, young and old), 1894, from Mod.
Merism Capital » creating great social businesses
Merism
'Merism' is a figure of speech where a thing is referenced by listing its constituent parts.
-merism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of -MERISM.

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