PARTITIVE RESTRICTIVE mODIFICATION OF NAmES IN
... is no harm in talking about metonymic sources or targets being “entities” in
cases in which they are clearly unitary physical objects (including people) with
a given role, or their clearly delineated parts2. In Barcelona (2002) I specify
that the overall domain where metonymy occurs is a “functional ...
William of Ockham - Paul Vincent Spade`s Home Page
... the place scattering various errors around in [their] teaching, making up
opinions full of absurdity with no restraint or order, weaving and putting
together scarcely intelligible statements, suffering from something like the
dreams of sluggards and the fictions of poets, ignorant of the meaning of
On the linguistic complexity of proper names
... If the second extended NP (xNP2) in naming constructions is a predicate, proper names can
(though perhaps do not have to) enter syntax as predicates.1 This removes one of the standardly
presupposed differences between common nouns (assumed to start out as predicates) and proper
names, and thus permi ...
Descriptions which have grown capital letters
On the grammar of names
... Of course, there has been considerable equivocation, or at least ambivalence and
inexplicitness, over the use of ‘name’, even in the linguistic literature. And the general confusion in
usage is well illustrated by the first two definitions provided by the OED:
1. The particular combination of sounds ...
The Substitution Interpretation of the Quantifiers
... obviouslyonly an inessentialdifferencesince we could imagine that
the interpretationfunction I which was defined above was determined in whole or in part by such an ordinary interpretation.
Further, it might be remarkedthat it would seem that the truth
values of atomic sentences must be at least som ...
A survey of the forms of Java reference names
... icSigPs2CRD2Tag (JDK), and WEAVEMESSAGE ANNOTATES
(AspectJ). The training set was used to obtain a model for
the Stanford PoS tagger. A further 5,000 field names were
manually tagged to provide a test set. In addition a smaller
test set of 1,000 boolean field names was created to measure
the perfor ...
... ‘the’ is used to show that two things change to the same
Example 1: The less you talked about this matter, the more
depressed she became.
Example 2: The more I play volley ball, the happier I will be.
‘the’ is used with the superlative form of comparison.
Example: The city hall is the tal ...
Ambient Logic II.fm
... this formula is meant to correspond somehow to a process of the form (νn)P where x denotes n.
However, since (νn) can float, the matching of (νx) to any particular (νn) is not obvious.
This means that the logical rules of our tentative (νx) quantifier are going to be fairly complex, or at least unfa ...
2017 Spring (San Francisco, CA)
... past year. NTS has been charged with examining problems, monitoring developments, and
recommending actions with respect to issues in nomenclature, terminology, symbols, and units.
Last year, NTS noted the selection and approval of the names of four newly discovered
elements. NTS met, discussed those ...
Proposed Modifications to the Glossary of Terms for the
... b. In “005”, allonym, it is better to use “( ”دﻣﺸﻖDamascus) and “( ”اﻟﺸﺎمSham) as an
example instead of giving non-Arabic examples.
c. In “133”, “152”, “280”, 352”, and “368” and few others in the glossary, some
“Israeli” examples were given. It is, however, necessary to remove such examples
PART OF SPEECH MISMATCHES IN MODULAR
... Personal names in Jingulu provide the most striking example.
Semantically they are indisputably noun-like, being referential labels for
individuals, yet phonologically, morphologically and syntactically, they
resemble nothing so much as interjections, and in pragmatic terms they have a
highly restri ...
MLA Citation Style - Farmingdale State College
... Include in the text the first item that appears in the Work Cited entry that corresponds to the citation (e.g. author name, article
name, website name, film name).
You do not need to give paragraph numbers or page numbers based on your Web browser’s print preview function.
Unless you must list the w ...
The Meaning of Names v0.1-3
... John Stuart Mill is often taken to have provided the basis for an alternative view that the meaning
of a name was the object (i.e. the person, animal, place, or thing) that it denoted. This view has
been taken up by a number of later philosophers, including Kripke.
Mill was keen to show that the mea ...
Medical Polish for Foreign Students
... Preparing students for reading and understanding medical literature in Polish, preparing a student for
using a scientific language
‘Health and Safety Training’ during the classes.
30 minutes of each classes are devoted to medical topics such as: human anatomy (parts of the body),
Activity for students - Bridge
... IV. Vixen is the name for a female fox. Often in English we make the feminine form of a
noun by adding the ending ‘ess’. For example lion becomes lioness.
It should be noted that this is quite old fashioned and it is only used for some nouns.
Try and make the female forms of these.
Tiger - ……………
A pseudonym (/ˈsjuːdənɪm/ SEW-də-nim) is a name that a person or group assumes for a particular purpose, which can differ from his or her original or true name (orthonym). Pseudonyms include stage names, screen names, ring names, pen names, nicknames, aliases, superhero identities and code names, gamer identifications, and regnal names of emperors, popes and other monarchs. Historically they have often taken the form of anagrams, Graecisms, and Latinisations, although there are many other methods of choosing a pseudonym.Pseudonyms are most usually adopted to hide an individual's real identity, as with writers' pen names, graffiti artists' tags, resistance fighters' or terrorists' noms de guerre, and computer hackers' handles. Actors, musicians, and other performers sometimes use stage names, for example, to mask their ethnic backgrounds.In some cases, pseudonyms are adopted because they are part of a cultural or organisational tradition: for example devotional names used by members of some religious institutes, and ""cadre names"" used by Communist party leaders such as Trotsky and Lenin.A pseudonym may also be used for personal reasons: for example, an individual may prefer to be called or known by a name that differs from their given or legal name, but is not ready to take the numerous steps to get their name legally changed; or an individual may simply feel that the context and content of an exchange offer no reason, legal or otherwise, to provide their given or legal name.A collective name or collective pseudonym is one shared by two or more persons, for example the co-authors of a work, such as Ellery Queen, or Nicolas Bourbaki.