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Pronoun reversal         
IMPROPER USE OF SECOND OR THIRD PERSON PRONOUNS OR PERSONAL NAME WHEN REFERRING TO THE SELF
Pronoun confusion; Reverse pronouns
Pronoun reversal or pronominal reversal is when children refer to themselves as "he", "she", "they", or "you", or by their own proper name (pronoun avoidance). While it may signal an autism-spectrum disorder when it persists for an abnormal length of time, some degree of pronoun confusion can occur as a part of allistic speech development, and it is common in toddlers.
Dummy pronoun         
PRONOUN HAVING NO REFERENT, ONLY USED TO FULFILL GRAMMATICAL RULES; E.G. "IT" AS IN "IT RAINS"
Pleonastic pronoun; Dummy subject; Expletive pronoun; Dummy it; Weather it
A dummy pronoun is a deictic pronoun that fulfills a syntactical requirement without providing a contextually explicit meaning of its referent. As such, it is an example of exophora.
Geomagnetic reversal         
  • Geomagnetic polarity since the middle [[Jurassic]].  Dark areas denote periods where the polarity matches today's polarity, while light areas denote periods where that polarity is reversed.  The ''Cretaceous Normal'' superchron is visible as the broad, uninterrupted black band near the middle of the image.
  • Geomagnetic polarity during the last 5 million years ([[Pliocene]] and [[Quaternary]], late [[Cenozoic Era]]). Dark areas denote periods where the polarity matches today's normal polarity; light areas denote periods where that polarity is reversed.
  • magnetic field lines]], blue when the field points towards the center and yellow when away. The rotation axis of the Earth is centered and vertical. The dense clusters of lines are within the Earth's core.<ref name=Glatzmaier/>
CHANGE OF DIRECTION OF EARTH MAGNETIC FIELD
Cretaceous Long Normal; Magnetic reversal; Magnetic polarity reversal; Polar reversal; Flipping of planetary magnetic poles; Geomagnetic Reversal; Cretaceous long normal; Earth's magnetic reversal; Pole reversal; Magnetic pole reversal; Magnetic Pole Flip; Geomagnetic reversals; Geomagnetic flip; Geomagnetic polarity time scale; Earth's polarity; Geomagnetic field reversal; Normal polarity; Polar Reverse; Superchron; Jurassic Quiet Zone; Cretaceous superchron; Cretaceous normal superchron; Magnetic reversals; Polarity reversal; Polar flip; Polarity transition; Cretaceous Quiet Zone; Reversal of magnetic fields; Geomagnetic polarity
A geomagnetic reversal is a change in a planet's magnetic field such that the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south are interchanged (not to be confused with geographic north and geographic south). The Earth's field has alternated between periods of normal polarity, in which the predominant direction of the field was the same as the present direction, and reverse polarity, in which it was the opposite.