For the sake of those of you who do not have access to pre Socratic philosophy - Heraclitus fragment B50 - Heidegger translation: "Do not listen to me,the mortal speaker, but be in hearkening to the Lying-that-gathers (LOGOS):first belong to this and then you hear properly; such hearing is when a letting-lie-together-before occurs by which gathering letting-lie,the Laying-that-gathers (LOGOS),lies before us as gathered: when a letting-lie of the letting-lie-before occurs, the fateful comes to pass;then the truly fateful, i.e. destiny alone, is:the unique One identifying All." Sounds like a definition of wordie process to me - paradox and all. It takes a time to dra(o)w it out.
Besides being reword backwards, 'drower' is similar to the word 'drawer' which has parallel meanings to LOGOS ( the greek word for word). As Martin Heidegger speculated in Heraclitus's fragment B50 use of logos in his book, 'Early Greek Thinking'(page 76-77); logos literally translates according to Heidegger as 'laying-that-gathers'. 'logos' and 'word' perform the same function a drawer performs. This is the essence of the paradox and why the word is included in this list. My expectation is twisted by a hidden truth within the word.