The intensified area of the action right preceding the disaster in classical tragedy.
The orgasm of a drama.
In classical crisis, the third and penultimate section, by which activity is increased for the catastrophe.
That part of a speech, often the exordium, in which the orator sets forth the niche matter become discussed.
hawaii, or problem of everything; constitution; practice of human anatomy.
In rhetoric, that the main exordium when the presenter seeks to dispose their hearers to a view of this instance favorable to his own side, specifically by detatching from their particular minds what might prejudice all of them against it.
That the main Greek crisis in which the action, initiated into the epitasis, is suffered, continued, and ready for the catastrophe.