Discoverers find things. If that thing is a new thing, it doesn't have a name. Therefore it has to be named, often with several names.
I asked in my last post what word described the text between two commas.
Well I looked online, and I asked around in places where my question would be answered by someone with an answer, and, so far at least, the consensus seems to be that there is no word to describe it.
That last sentence was almost all between commas.
So it may be that I've discovered not a thing, but an absence where a thing could be.
Vacuums are universally abhorred. This Thing demands a name, like Penicillin or Australia.
I've been thinking of a few.
A senticle is probably the best thing I've thought of.
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