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'''Cataphora''' is a type of [[endophora]] that co-refers with a [[postcedent]] which is a later, more specific, expression in the text.<ref>https://www.thoughtco.com/what-is-cataphora-grammar-1689829</ref>
  
 
Cataphora is less common than its counterpart [[anaphora]].
 
Cataphora is less common than its counterpart [[anaphora]].

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Cataphora is a type of endophora that co-refers with a postcedent which is a later, more specific, expression in the text.[1]

Cataphora is less common than its counterpart anaphora.


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