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2014-12-01T22:55:21+08:00
A figure of speech in which some absent or nonexistent person or thing is addressed as if present and capable of understanding.Heinrich Lausberg notes that "second audiences" for apostrophe may include "the opponent in court; absent persons, living or dead; things (fatherland, laws, wounds, etc.)" (Handbook of Literary Rhetoric, 1973; trans. 1998). See Examples and Observations, below.
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2014-12-01T23:03:20+08:00
Topic: the cellphone you want to have in the christmas day
answer:
    1. I want you                         
    2. I'll be waiting for you
    3. Can you be mine ?
that's all :) goodluck !!!
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