- SYNECDOCHE BY BYRON KIM
- Kapoor Aœonci Josine Maldonado vvegrmn Chang Lee Soon Mín llaymorrd Charlton. Synecdoche, 1991 - present. Richard S.
- NOMINA INSECTA NEARCTICA ACHILIDAE ACLERDIDAE
- Synecdoche nemoralis Van Duzee 1916 (Catonia). Catonia memoralis Van Synecdoche pseudonervata O'Brien 1971 (Synecdoche).
- Debating Inclusion in Synecdoche, New York: A Response to
- What we seem to have here is an extended synecdoche. A synecdoche, for is that synecdoche can make for great poetry but lousy logic.
- About Standards, Possible Influences of DR- K12, and Synecdoche
- Integrating Design,. Engineering and Robotics (SLIDER). Start Date: 10/1/09.
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- Review: <i>A solitary Choice</i>
- Lee achieves a sense of how ordinary a story this is, how connected to other stories like it. But she can't prevent the show from resembling an Oprah-like unburdening, where sentiment is allowed to stand as a synecdoche for truth.
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- Perhaps the jewel is a chance to peer into the mind of Charlie Kaufman, who wrote Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and the truly bizarre Synecdoche, New York.
- Harriet Walker: He's right – and we should be proud of them
- Equating sensuality with nudity is a synecdoche, for one thing, and if a role calls for wanton nudity and writhing, then Paul Breuls was right not to knock on the door of any one of our bright young things.
- The Revolution in Context: Alaa Al Aswany's On the State of Egypt
- on Mubarak's declining health (in the semiotics of despotism, the health of the dictator is a synecdoche for the health of the nation, so implying that he will enjoy anything less than the longevity of a biblical patriarch is a form of treason).
- SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK || A SONY PICTURES CLASSICS
- Synecdoche, New York - a film by Charlie Kaufmann. Official movie website. A Sony Pictures Classics Release.
- Synecdoche, New York (2008) - IMDb
- Directed by Charlie Kaufman. With Philip Seymour Hoffman, Samantha Morton, Michelle Williams, Catherine Keener.
- synecdoche - definition and examples of synechdoche - figure of
- A figure of speech is which a part is used to represent the whole or the whole for a part.
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