Style No. 72: Apheresis

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A gle ding on one leg mong the ches of a tree.

A gle ding on one leg mong the ches of a tree.

(Apheresis is the linguistic process whereby initial syllables come to be omitted from words.)

A young boy ssed in orange blows his stle, deep in thought. His best friend, arm wrapped round him, eyes the crowd in the ance. A vous mother sses by, a cret ject den neath the shawl on her head. While, hind them a rious man looks ingly the ther way.

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