inconstant lexical junctions produce mutable itineraries for semantic routes and rambles
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Cicerone uses twelve lines of verse which are cyclically and continuously presented,
with self-regulating unstable decisions made to supplant words with synonymous meanings.
Diverging static directions into alternate semantic constructs, Cicerone plots mutable linguistic
routes that sometimes lead to more revealing places than the unseen guiding verse, and are
sometimes disorientating rambles that lead astray from the true context.