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D for me

Blending of X, Y and Z, suggests...

X, Y and Z need to be parallel and in this case they all should be Noun.
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arjsingh1976 wrote:
D for me

Blending of X, Y and Z, suggests...

X, Y and Z need to be parallel and in this case they all should be Noun.


I too got D but I thought that there are only 2 entities here

blending solar imagery and images from classcism . I am not sure where you got Z from.

IMO Judeo-Christian Thought and figures is an extnesion of solar imagery thing.
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trivikram wrote:
arjsingh1976 wrote:
D for me

Blending of X, Y and Z, suggests...

X, Y and Z need to be parallel and in this case they all should be Noun.


I too got D but I thought that there are only 2 entities here

blending solar imagery and images from classcism . I am not sure where you got Z from.

IMO Judeo-Christian Thought and figures is an extnesion of solar imagery thing.



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Wheatley's X,Y and Z.

X:blending of solar imagery
Y:Judeo-Christian Thought and figures
D:images
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New post 26 Nov 2006, 22:35
D for me.

A quick question for arjsingh1976, trivikram and joinforum:

Since "suggests" was used, isn't this singular?

Hence, it is the action "blending" which warrants this singularity and not the sub-actions within this "blending" (i.e. Judeo-Christian thoughts and figures, and the images that she borrowed....)

Your views pls :?:
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