Virgule

• (n.) A comma.
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Virgule

(1) In poetry, a forward-slash mark ( / ) used in scansion to mark the boundaries of poetic lines (i
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virgule

(from the article `punctuation`) ...representing c for capitulum (`chapter`) is freely used at the beginning of sentences. Within the same period the plain point and punctus elevatus ...
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Virgule

Vir'gule noun [ French virgule , from Latin virgula , dim. of virga . See Verge a rod.] A comma. [ R.] « In the MSS. of Chaucer, the line is always broken by a cæsura in the middle, which is pointed by a virgule Hallam.
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Virgule

A modification of the cylinder escapement, invented in the 1750s by Jean André Lepaute and refined by Lépine.   The cylinder is very small and an extended curved flange projects from it on the side where the escape-wheel teeth emerge from it;  the pressure of a tooth against this flange gives an enh
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virgule

forward slash
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Virgule

Prosodic symbol (/) used to separate metrical feet.
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