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A copulative conjunction

1830?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 painting : col ; watercolor, and pen and ink ; 18 x 13 cm.

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Chang and Eng Bunker posed in front of window, with one of the twins holidngs a badminton racket. In grammar a "copulative conjunction" is the connection of linguistic units (words, clauses, or sentences by words such as 'and, plus, or also') that have an additive or causal relation. A greater meaning arises, a whole greater than the sum of the parts, when the related ideas are conjoined. The print's title indicates that the twins' connection was of just such a type.

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<p>Chang and Eng Bunker posed in front of window, with one of the twins holidngs a badminton racket. In grammar a "copulative conjunction" is the connection of linguistic units (words, clauses, or sentences by words such as 'and, plus, or also') that have an additive or causal relation. A greater meaning arises, a whole greater than the sum of the parts, when the related ideas are conjoined. The print's title indicates that the twins' connection was of just such a type.</p>
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A copulative conjunction

1830?

<p>Chang and Eng Bunker posed in front of window, with one of the twins holidngs a badminton racket. In grammar a "copulative conjunction" is the connection of linguistic units (words, clauses, or sentences by words such as 'and, plus, or also') that have an additive or causal relation. A greater meaning arises, a whole greater than the sum of the parts, when the related ideas are conjoined. The print's title indicates that the twins' connection was of just such a type.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 painting : col ; watercolor, and pen and ink ; 18 x 13 cm.

ABSTRACT

Chang and Eng Bunker posed in front of window, with one of the twins holidngs a badminton racket. In grammar a "copulative conjunction" is the connection of linguistic units (words, clauses, or sentences by words such as 'and, plus, or also') that have an additive or causal relation. A greater meaning arises, a whole greater than the sum of the parts, when the related ideas are conjoined. The print's title indicates that the twins' connection was of just such a type.

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