Greek κέντρων (kéntrōn) and Latin cento -- the linguistic historical relationship between the words is a matter of contention [20. 11-13] -- have in common, even though their meanings do not quite cover the same fields, the fact that they describe a quilt made of remnants of used material sewn together, and then in the figurative sense a text that was assembled of disparate verse parts (up to one and a …
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Liebermann, Wolf-Lüder (Bielefeld) and
Gärtner, Hans Armin (Heidelberg),
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