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Now, isonomy is an English word meaning 'equality of laws, or of people before the law', as is attunement, but not so "apmonia"; where did Beckett get it?
The upper-case form of the Greek word αρμονία 'harmony' happens to look exactly like Latin-alphabet "apmonia"; Beckett had presumably noticed this at some point and made a note of it for future use.
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