collocate


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have a strong tendency to occur side by side

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group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side

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The total number of different collocates, however, is 96, as several node words have a collocate or more in common.
A word together with its more frequent collocates can be called a collocate cluster.
And, since the concordance lines are chosen at random for each collocate, the same line is sometimes chosen twice: so there might be somewhat fewer that 400 (20 times 20) lines for a head-word.
Both in the frequencies of the target words and in the collocate words found in their proximity, we found language-usage patterns that suggested a gender-based contrast in the semantic content of the targets.
Pac-West's products and services include local dial tone, long distance service, telephone systems, data transport, voice and fax messaging, and collocate and interconnect services.
MODEX 2012 is also partnering with several industry organizations who will collocate events with MODEX 2012.
The two facilities will allow Ford to collocate its dedicated teams for all North American car and light truck product programs.
The agreement will make it possible for a variety of educational programming to collocate on one satellite.
Connersville Police Department to Collocate on Carbon Campus
The Nano Science & Technology Institute (NSTI) announces Cleantech 2007, a multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability and clean technologies, will collocate with the Nanotech 2007 conference and tradeshow.
AKRON, Ohio -- Plastics News and the Society of Plastics Engineers today announced plans to collocate the Plastics News' Plastics Encounter trade show with SPE's annual technical conference, ANTEC.
Mark Knights (41-70) elegantly demonstrates that "meer" collocates itself with "religion," not as an index of insignificance, but of a parturition from a new secular understanding of politics.
One will find probable collocates and, often, improbable data which both sheds light on textual meaning and forms a defining feature of the author's style.
The Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory expands mission critical space, provides greatly improved working conditions and collocates formerly disparate groups into one cohesive unit, creating a foundation for scientific collaboration and inspiration.