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- Lexicon is a writing exercise for several writers.
- Lexicon is a word of Greek origin (λεξικόν) meaning vocabulary.
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- Lexicon, a text editor and word processor MS-DOS program that was extremely popular in the Soviet Union and Russia at the end of 1980s and in 1990s.
- Lexicon, a role-playing game using the Wiki software.
- Lexicon, an audio equipment manufacturer.
- The lexicon is specific to the English language, but it recognizes the difference between American and British usage and spelling.
- We present an alternative alignment strategy which we call K-vec, that starts by estimating the lexicon.
- For this essay, we have given only the information about Indo-European culture that could be derived from language and lexicon alone.
- Brahui now has rather fewer inherited Dravidian words in its lexicon and is gradually incorporating more Urdu, Balochi and even Pashto.
- Media Lengua, an inherited Quechua grammar and phonology with a borrowed Spanish lexicon (see relexification).
- The album introduces a flurry of words to the rap lexicon; many artists imitate its materialism.
- Proposer of The Generative Lexicon, a very influential approach to lexical semantics.
- Now part of the common lexicon of typography, grunge was a development spring from postmodernism and deconstructionism.
- He also compiled The Ayn Rand Lexicon, a mini-encyclopedia of Rand's views on some 400 topics in philosophy--now available online at Lexicon.
- The primary effect of these languages upon Tocharian was in loan words into the lexicon, especially in religious terminology.
- What matters is the percentage of borrowed words in the basic Ossetic lexicon.
- Vocabulary As a result of a thousand years of Chinese occupation, much of the Vietnamese lexicon relating to science and politics is derived from Chinese.
- As a result of a thousand years of Chinese occupation, much of the Vietnamese lexicon relating to science and politics is derived from Chinese.
- Cult is here representing the same thing as the word " religion " represents in contemporary lexicon.
- The uninflected forms are generated using the SPECIALIST Lexicon if words appear in the Lexicon, otherwise they are generated algorithmically.
- Pyroclastic flow is a term that deserves a place in the popular lexicon.
- His current major project is called FrameNet; it is a wide-ranging on-line description of the English lexicon.
- As soon as a matching word is found in either list the mental lexicon is accessed.
- This list of rooms is based upon a list created by the Harry Potter Lexicon.
- These, however, are of limited value, as Poucha did not have access to more than a small portion of the Tocharian B lexicon.
- Contents So instead of the informal 'words' we need to specify more precisely what kinds of things appear in the lexicon.
- The papers are organised under three broad categories: Syntax and Lexicon, Phonology, Comparative Mon-Khmer.
- An HPSG grammar includes principles and grammar rules and lexicon entries which are normally not considered to belong to a grammar.
- This is mirrored in the sprinkle of Persian lexicon in their vocabulary, and also in the differences in their respective dialects.
- The Harry Potter Lexicon maintains lists of differences between the editions.
- Most of the lexicon of Portuguese is derived from Latin.
- When the Bible deals with this identical concept, it uses a simple word common in the contemporary lexicon of economists: profit.
- In the statistics compilation mode, the facility applies both lexicon entries and rules exhaustively.
- The lexicon normally refers to stored static elements, not to rules of derivation.
- FIG. 5A shows the application of the lexicon by the facility in the statistics compilation mode.
- FIG. 5A shows the use of entries in the lexicon by the facility in the statistics compilation mode.
- He said that if he gave all the examples, he would need "to transcribe a good part of the Bible or lexicon" (p.
- Bloomfield’s LEXICAL MORPHEME HYPOTHESIS: The morphemes, affixes and roots alike, are stored in the lexicon.
- In 1930, Gallant Fox won all three important races, and sportswriter Charles Hatton brought the phrase "Triple Crown" into the American lexicon.
- They only differ slightly in lexicon and phonology.
- It shares a great deal of lexicon with regional Portuguese dialects.
- In popular lexicon, a group of people who operate with a great deal of synergy can be thought of as having a mind share.
- Largely because of the influence of Jewish entertainment figures in the United States, many Yiddish words have entered the American English lexicon.
- When I discovered her work over on the Harry Potter Lexicon and then saw her delightful book illustrations, I knew I wanted to hire her for Accio Quote.
- Pilipino has borrowed and adopted a lot of words from the Spanish lexicon, Spain being the country's colonizer for over 300 years.
- The latter study in its turn divides into the theory of grammar, or grammatical semantics and the theory of the lexicon, or lexical semantics.
- Mort Walker defined in his book The Lexicon of Comicana, the iconic representations used within comics and cartooning as "symbolia".
- If you want to get further information, hunt out a book called " The Lexicon of the Maria Theresien Taler" (its is german and English) by Walter Hafner.
- In spite of the long influence of written Chinese, Korean remains very different in lexicon, phonology, and grammar.
- In general, every art has its strong and weak points, and each has something to offer to the lexicon of martial arts techniques.
- This Lexicon contains spoiler information from all the Harry Potter books.
- Harry Potter Lexicon - This site is a wealth of information about various subjects in the Harry Potter books.
- The creators of H.P. Lexicon may not be as creative as Rowling, but they are authors, too, and deserve a little respect from the law.
- Rowling has praised the sites by name, granted them rare interviews, even used one site, the Harry Potter Lexicon, to check facts.
- The lexicon of a pidgin is usually small and drawn from the vocabularies of its speakers, in varying proportions.
- Lebanese shares a lot with Arabic, but its grammar and Lexicon differ greatly from the Arabic language.
- The influence exerted by Arabic on the Romance dialects spoken in the Christian kingdoms of the north was small, affecting mainly their lexicon.
- This led to the nativist view, that a form of grammar (including a complete conceptual lexicon in certain versions) were hardwired from birth.
- Words are drawn from the mental lexicon that best match up with the structure that the syntax has created.
- Look up lexicon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
- The central claim of cognitive grammar is that grammar forms a continuum with lexicon and is fully describable in terms of symbolic units (i.e.
- Original essays, reprinted articles, reviews of books and films, research tools, a lexicon of terms, and other works.
- To help decide if a word is ready to be entered into the lexicon, many lexicographers Google new terms.
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