To avoid repetition, the subject in the second clause (and the co-ordinating conjunction) are therefore elided.
The most common empty subject is a subject elided under conjunction (NP-NOM *con* ).
Everything was taken as a similar pace, with similar emphasis, with words elided and diction often poor.
The ancient association of women with tears was often elided with this intensified Reformed concern over excessive or improper mourning (23 ).
note In organic replacement nomenclature the final " a " of the replacement prefix is not elided (ref.
Note In organic replacement nomenclature the final " a " of the replacement prefix is not elided (ref.
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