What would it be like to chat with one of the most influential theologians in history? Martin Luther’s Table Talk is a collection of over 900 statements Luther made during personal conversation with his friends and colleagues. The collection is organized into 48 topical sections and covers Luther’s thoughts on a wide variety of theological, personal and social issues. The original Table Talk manuscript was discovered by accident during a house renovation, after having been buried in the ground for safekeeping during the time of the book burning edict of Rudolphus II, who called for the destruction of all 80,000 copies of the book (at that time entitled Divine Discourses) and the death penalty for anyone in possession of it. It is a truly indispensable resource for anyone interested in the reformation and its founder.
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Caesura Cohesion (linguistics) Elision Omission or deletion of a sound or syllable Leader (typography) A row of characters (usually dots or dashes) to connect items across a page (as in a table of contents) Leiden Conventions Line break (poetry) Pausa When the ellipse is placed alone into a parenthesis (.) orless oftenbetween brackets , which is what happens usually within a text transcription, it means the original text had more contents on the same position but are not useful to our target in the transcription^ Raymond Chandler, Frank MacShane And if they have not died, they are still alive todayMarkham, Ontario: Houghton Mifflin CanadaDepending on the context, this could be anything from an admission of guilt to an expression of being dumbfounded at another person's words or actionsSo it means "and so forth" or "and other things"Contrary to The Oxford Style Guide, the University of Oxford Style Guide demands an ellipsis not to be surrounded by spaces, except when it stands for a pause; then, a space has to be set after the ellipsis (but not before)
The Houghton Mifflin Canadian Dictionary of the English LanguageProceedings of the 2007 Annual Meeting of ASIS&TMorris, William (1980)When applied in Polish language syntax, the ellipsis is called wielokropek, which means "multidot"When material is omitted at the end of a paragraph and also immediately following it, an ellipsis goes both at the end of that paragraph and at the beginning of the next, according to this style.In a list, between commas, or following a comma, a normal ellipsis is used, as in:
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