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There are many Greek words for various rhetorical constructs.  For example, “synecdoche” is when a part implies the whole as in “fifty sails” for “fifty ships”   Unfortunately, I think one rhetorical pattern is missing.  This is when something is said (or done) in a way that a speaker who won’t stand for their own principles can […]

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