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to have as an accompaniment, a condition, or a consequence

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to have as a need or prerequisite

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land received by fee tail

the act of entailing property

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have as a logical consequence

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impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result

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limit the inheritance of property to a specific class of heirs

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Wagner (2002) notes that one of the main findings of her study is that "children do not understand the completion entailments of grammatical aspect until approximately age five" (2002: 120) and that five-year-olds behaved "like junior formal semanticists" and matched the perfective sentence to the completed event but remained "agnostic about where to match the imperfective sentence (in accordance with the imperfective's lack of entailments)" (2002: 120).
The entailment was that people at NCL had better tune up their psychological rhythms to remain one with Guan's fast fish.
Central to her theory of reference is the idea that analytic entailments imply that "general and singular nominative terms have certain sorts of frame-level conceptual content established by competent speakers" (p.
States are also no problem; we have seen that the perfect of state verbs in early Greek is often identical with the meaning of the present; thus the entailments of Aristotle's energeia-test clearly go through.
Whole schools of map-reading can arise on the base of a powerful metaphor and its entailments.
Following Krifka (1999) these entailments are due to the distinctiveness condition induced by contrastive topics that requires contrastive topics to be subject to different rheme predications (cf.
It may have been partly to dispel any possible association between himself and a 'Martin' that Namaliu asserted both his local grounding and his social entailment to his audience by comparing himself to the persona of a mythologized leader named Tovetura.
One familiar proposal is that process verbs in the progressive or imperfective form exhibit perfective entailments that accomplishment verbs do not.
The novel charts the gradual but complete role-reversal from condemning judge to condemned criminal--revealing how nightmarishly self-confirming are the entailments for the psychological positioning of self and others.
I think what we are seeing here is the expiration of the valid entailments of the founding metaphors of AI.
From the summaries, we can see that although the first two readers begin to invoke rich textual representations of Ollie's psychological conflict, they are less successful than Renee at tapping into and exploring their model's entailments.
He claims that many scientists have become "victims" or "prisoners" of the mechanistic metaphor, mistaking the entailments of one deep metaphor for the only acceptable way to "do" science.
As said above, it would amount to overstretching the notion of agentivity if one subsumed the ground notion under the agent notion, and therefore, I side with Dowty insofar as I assign "independent existence" a dubious status in the list of proto-agent entailments.
It goes roughly as follows: to ensure that natural ontology suffices for normative truth, there must be semantically grounded entailments from the natural truths to the normative truths.
Moreover, in the language of these laws vagrancy functioned as a particularly open-ended metaphor, whose entailments blurred the boundaries between vagrancy, homelessness, sedition, and criminality.