By STUART ELLIOTT
The campaign, on behalf of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, also includes a makeover for the image of the organization. There is a new logo, evocative of a flame or torch, and a new slogan, “Today’s care. Tomorrow’s cure.”
The slogan, replacing “Go forward,” addresses the two principal goals of the foundation, which is named for the late actor Christopher Reeve and his late wife, Dana. One is to raise money to treat people who are living with spinal cord paralysis, as Mr. Reeve did from 1995 to 2004, and improve the quality of their lives.
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I am insensibly chatting to you as familiarly as when we used to exchange good-
n., pl. -mies. 轉喻
A figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted for another with which it is closely associated, as in the use of Washington for the United States government or of the sword for military power.Thus, “sweat” can mean “hard labor,” and “Capitol Hill” represents the U.S. Congress.
[Late Latin metōnymia, from Greek metōnumiā : meta-, meta- + onuma, name.]metonymic met'o·nym'ic (mĕt'ə-nĭm'ĭk) or met'o·nym'i·cal adj.
A ~ BIOGRAPHY OF S. JOHNSONmetonymically met'o·nym'i·cal·ly adv.
Literary Dictionary: metonymymetonymy
An important kind of metonymy is synecdoche, in which the name of a part is substituted for that of a whole (e.g. hand for worker), or vice versa.
Modern literary theory has often used ‘metonymy’ in a wider sense, todesignate the process of association by which metonymies are produced and understood: this involves establishing relationships of contiguity between two things, whereas metaphor establishes relationships of similarity between them.
WordNet: contiguityNote: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.
The noun has one meaning:
Meaning #1: the attribute of being so near as to be touching
Synonyms: adjacency, contiguousness
The metonym/metaphor distinction has been associated with the contrast between syntagm and paradigm. See also antonomasia.
Full Definition of CONTIGUOUS
of angles : adjacent 2
: next or near in time or sequence
: touching or connected throughout in an unbroken sequence <contiguous row houses>
— con·tig·u·ous·ly adverb
— con·tig·u·ous·ness noun
Definition of GOOD MORROW
pro bono(prō bō'nō)
Done without compensation for the public good: a lawyer's pro bono work.
[Latin prō bonō (publicō), for the (public) good : prō, for + bonō, ablative of bonum, the good.]