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  • n. Plural form of tetralogy.


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  • Why so many tetralogies, followed now by a quintet?

    Literary Life: A Second Memoir

  • People still believe in Voodoo -- heart disease, VSD, hole in the heart, tetralogies.

    Dr. Seyi Oyesola tours a hospital in Nigeria

  • Thrasyllus is famous for his edition of Plato's dialogues arranged into tetralogies, but he was a Platonist with strong Pythagorean leanings.


  • A suspected passage in Diogenes Laertius declares (III 56) that it was the custom to contend with tetralogies at four festivals, the Dionysia, Lenaea, Panathenaea, and Chytri.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • There were great projects, vast and impossible, tetralogies, decalogies, pretending to depict everything in music, covering whole worlds.

    Jean-Christophe, Volume I

  • The challenge of a Viv, a Khan, a Vaughan is surely pretty tame for a tongue trained now on tetralogies and polysyllabic eulogies?

    BBC News - Home

  • FOR REASONS I can’t fathom, and perhaps don’t really need to fathom, both as reader and writer I have long been attracted to tetralogies.

    Literary Life: A Second Memoir


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