I can't remember what you call it when a sentence starts with a subject word that belongs to both the main clause and the subordinate clause (as is usual in classical Latin), e.g. Cic. fin. 62,6 (I think) dolores autem si qui incurrunt, numquam vim tantam habent, ut non plus habeat sapiens, quod gaudeat, quam quod angatur. dolores belongs to both the conditional and the main clause. I forgot what you call that. Apo koinu? Or is there a name of its own for that?