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collection

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a measurable whole

the main part

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capital as contrasted with the income derived from it

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a collection of writings

the main part of an organ or other bodily structure

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For instance, in Chapter 1 Louw states that "delexicalisation in the end became part of the lexicographer's terminology, and semantic prosody a sort of a run-away child that roamed the world, trying its potential in corpus linguistics, stylistics, translation studies and language pedagogy rather than settling anywhere in particular" (4).
Another theoretical innovation in this book, as stated earlier, is the concept of subtext, a concept springing forth out of the doubts and denials from other corpus stylisticians.
Corpus Christi was awarded the maximum five stars in the categories of teaching, attainment and attendance in 2016.
According to the existence of the corpus, the development of corpus can be roughly divided into two stages.
Both CITGO and the Corpus Christi Refinery are committed to being good neighbors and investing in improving the local quality of life, said CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery Vice President & General Manager Art Klein.
We know from experience in other markets that these rules can have a devastating impact on our ability to provide the experience that riders and drivers have come to love and expect," Maredia wrote in the letter to Corpus Christi's city leaders.
Si bien la monografia de Llum Bracho y sus colaboradores esta dedicada a un elemento observable en COVALT--las unidades fraseologicas de base somatica en la traduccion de obras literarias-, el equipo de autores ofrece a los interesados un ejemplo de trabajo altamente cohesionado, a partir del cual el lector puede llegar a comprender como un colectivo gestiona la gran maquinaria de un corpus para investigar en una direccion concreta.
The structure we have developed for building a corpus considers a paragraph or full-length sentences.
Coronal T2 and Sagittal T1 images showed lateral displacement of anterior horns of both lateral ventricles with 'Viking head' appearance with hypo intense 'Probst bundles' which are the remnants of corpus callosum noted medially to anterior horns of lateral ventricles.
As Web corpus acquisition is much less controlled than that for traditional corpora, the necessity of analysing their content gains in significance.
Por otra parte, hay que entender e inscribir el empleo de corpus en Linguistica dentro de una perspectiva metodologica general que adopta el empirismo como forma de concebir el estudio de la lengua.
Sin duda, cuando se encuentra por primera vez el termino linguistica de corpus surgen inmediatamente algunos interrogantes: ?
Using a corpus to investigate the language use in a text type or genre has been proven useful in identifying its grammar vocabulary and words variance [12].
This volume tries to capture the most intriguing developments brought by corpus research to applied linguistics; it covers a wide variety of fields, from academic and professional discourse, through forensic, gender and media studies, to second language acquisition, and from English as a lingua franca to more novel research niches, such as documentary photography.