And 'accompaning' still needs to elide the second 'a' to fit the metre.
I call it unchivalrous because it has been known to elide eulogies of enemy decency and enemy valour.
Hence there is no need to elide a vowel at the caesura; it must therefore be sounded clearly.
As described in the end notes, ellipses occasionally are used typographically to elide names.
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