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Zeugma – Unequal Yoke.  131

“ So perfectly was this figure studied and used by the Greeks, that they gave different names to its various forms, according to the position of the verb or yoke in the sentence.
There are four forms of  Zeugma

ante-yoke. Latin, INJUNCTUM, joined together.       131
(Yoked at the beginning. Also called Antezeugmenon and Proepizeuxis.)

 middle-yoke. Latin, CONJUNCTUM, joined with.     134
(Also called Conjunctum.)

   end-yoke; or subjoined.   134

 connected-yoke. Latin, ADJUNCTUM, joined together.     135
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