Well, not really. But in a recent note, Sir Paul McCartney uttered:
i. If anyone earned the title of fifth Beatle, that's George.
He means George Martin, or Sir George Martin, CBE, if you must.
The point is: qua figure of rhetoric, what is Sir Paul engaged in.
Grice describes a conversational implicature as "something in the nature of a figure of a rhetoric".
Of course the fifth Beatle nomination has been infamous to the point that parodic essays have been written about it.
But, qua Davidsonian as Grice was -- i.e. a defender of truth-conditional semantics + pragmatic implicatum, what is Sir Paul up to?
And I don't mean, "He only said "if""!