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We must here read 'hold-e,' without elision of final e, which is preserved by the csura.
Or read: 'That mad her to slepe sone'; without elision of e in made (Koch).
Note that there is no elision with entre except in compound verbs (entr'ouvrir, etc.).
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For ce qui arrivera, notice the incorrect use of que as subject (no elision would occur with qui).
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What has been said about syncope applies also to the relative spheres of elision and hiatus.
Such is the origin of the term Chicago,  which is a derivative, by elision and French annotation, from the word Chi-kaug-ong.
Before a vowel, the final -e could suffer elision, which reduced the form to lov'd' (luvd).
The general rules for elision and the slurring of light syllables are given above, in  67.
Notice some examples where the caesura necessarily preserves a final -e from elision, as in B 3989; where tal-e occurs before al.
But it is necessary to add a few words as regards his system of accentuation, elision, contraction, and other noteworthy points.

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