chalice concurs wholeheartedly with your ironic parody.
I see your tautology and raise you an oxymoron, Microsoft Works.
Your a cunning linguist, I'll give you that, Mrs Malaprop.
I liked it but Bowdler caes
Come on now...Anybody? Anybody?
In meter, caesura (alternative spellings are cęsura or cesura) is a term to denote an audible pause that breaks up a line of verse. In most cases, caesura is indicated by punctuation marks which cause a pause in speech: a comma, a semicolon, a full stop, a dash, etc. Punctuation, however, is not necessary for a caesura to occur.