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- 41Tucker, Benjamin V.
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In Section 1 I shall attempt to demonstrate how the need for a transformational rule, Tuni, uniting features under an NP node, rises in a transformational grammar containing a certain type of deletion transformation. Tuni will be investigated further (formally in Section 2, informally in Section...
In their article \"Modality and conversational information\", Groenendijk and Stokhof propose an analysis of modal expressions which contain in their semantic representations one common element—a sentential operator meaning \"is possible\". While their inclusion of conversational information in...
Kairi has distinctive tones which function as a pitch-accent system: there is one syllable in each morpheme, described as the \"accented syllable,\" which must have its, tonal properties specified; once the accented syllable and its tone type have been specified, the tonal properties of the...
Eating and drinking are basic acts in ordinary human experience and concepts relating to these acts are sources for metaphorical ways of describing a great variety of events in English and other languages. This paper provides an account of the components of the basic digestive acts and the...
Syntax: Structure, Meaning and Function, henceforth Syntax, is a comprehensive and impressive Statement of a theory of syntax. The authors acknowledge certain components of the theory as being derived from other theories and the work of various individuals, but it is most obviously a development...
A definition lexical classes is proposed based on the mapping between the prototypical semantic and the unmarked syntactic properties of nouns and verbs which at once captures cross-linguistic generalizations made by previous authors and at the same time explains the typological variation shown...
In this article, differences between French and English academics in the use of paragraphs in the domain of public international law are brought to light. First, the concept of paragraph ('macrostructuralbasis') in text linguistics is defined formally with relations of coordination,...
This excellent grammar provides everything (and more!) which one has come to expect of grammars in the Mouton Grammar Library series: maps, a 546-page grammar, 60 pages of transcribed texts, a 164-page Kayardild-English dictionary with illustrations, photographs of language consultants, author...
In a medical information extraction system, we use common word association techniques to extract side-effect-related terms. Many of these terms have a frequency of less than five. Standard word-association-based applications disregard the lowest-frequency words, and hence disregard useful...