The song was popular among Welsh regiments fighting in the trenches and features at the start of the second act of In Parenthesis
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Likewise, the second line of the filth stanza has a parenthesis
separating what could have been one sentence: birds sing, a point where the two layers temporarily merge.
Clearly, the elusiveness of the phenomenon of parenthesis
would be a challenge to any analysis.
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and its corresponding [[Gamma].
In another project, Parenthesis
creatives were involved with gallery staff in a Big Draw event for the public that encourages people to develop their drawing skills.
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Streaming, a dedicated website giving more on the life of David Jones, and the Microsite.
It's a great credit to Parenthesis
that they have picked up national recognition for their work.
According to Lucie Thwaites, of Parenthesis
, the guide will be a key marketing tool for the tourism industry, which is one of the mainstays of the local economy.
Students Babis Alexiadis (above, far right) and James Munt (second right) have been working in residence at Coventry-based communications agency Parenthesis
producing their work as part of a scheme run by Arts and Business.
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Anne Bjerge Hansen's work, Middle Lands, has been commissioned for the centre as part of a scheme with Parenthesis
, a Coventry-based design and marketing communications agency.