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Moreover, the personal observation recorded by Ballet, also cited by Bernard-Leroy, would prove the necessary connection between kinsesthetic zepresentation and verbal articulation. He provoked, by excessive smoking, actual transitory attacks of aphasia, and noted that, when he tried to name objects he could not, though evoking his auditory and visual images, pronounce a word such as 'parapluie': "I endeavoured to co-ordinate the syllables which constituted it," he says, "and while I was articulating very clearly , parapet' and' obelisque,' my tongue made a fruitless appeal to my motor memol1'''; then suddenly while he was fixing his attention on the visual image, the word "burst forth, so to speak, and gushed out"; the motor image was revived by the visual image.!