With apposition: þhte him eall t rm, wongas and wcstede, 2462; acc.
I believe that I did not understand what he meant by apposition.
One word is in apposition to another when it is placed near to it, by way of explanation.
If we say the two kings William, we must account for the phrase by apposition.
Now the words Roman emperor are said to be in apposition to Csar.
A noun clause may also be used in apposition to a noun to explain its meaning.
They are placed in apposition to the noun which they explain.
With the apposition of cupolas the growing central capsule may form dome-shaped protuberances which enter into the former.
In this he is mistaken; it is so used frequently, as here, in apposition.
I guess it's this apposition that they talk about that does it.