The narrator - in this case Herod, narating 'lymne into lines' - is a creator of stutters. Given the stutters apparent - those stutters of material, or appearing to be of material, in the apparent world - there exists a multitude of stutters virtual, which are only drawn out in the process of some kind of naration.
The tool of naration varies - from tag to sign - and here Herod uses the technique of voice. Thru technique of voice, the stutter of lymne is narated to the stutter of 'lymne into line'.
The narator, in narating a virtual stutter so that it becomes a stutter apparent, extends a line of credit - a line thru which to ping back and forth. The line of credit extends into a (at least) three way network - pinging between narrator, stutter apparent, and virtual stutter drawn out from stutter apparent. A shift in the currency of the particular mode of succession follows - an adjustment of valu to account for the drawn out stutter.
When a stutter virtual is drawn from a stutter apparent, the narator, thru individual means, enacts a shift of valu.
As Herod draws out 'lymne into lines', the line of credit necessarily enacted shifts whichever mode of succession in which 'lymne' occurs - wherever there is lymne, lymne into lines will necessarily be pinging close behind.