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  • adj. Of or relating to cataphora.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the power to produce motion, as of a liquid, through a diaphragm in the phenomenon sometimes called electrical endosmose (see endosmose): said of an electric current.
  • Relating to *cataphoresis, to *cataphoria. See these words.


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  • In the case of ellipsis and anaphoric (and cataphoric) pronouns the designation is determined, or at least constrained, by the linguistic context of the utterance, while the designation of deictic demonstratives is fixed by contextual extralinguistic facts.


  • Wm. Wood & Co.pp. 431 and 432.] [Footnote 3: For some experiments concerning the cataphoric effects of the galvanic current, see an article by MUNK, entitled “Ueber die galvanische Einführung differenter

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