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Hence a portion of the intentions the jinwen scholars were finding in their graphemic analysis of the classics (shuozi jiejing "explaining characters in order to explicate the classics") were the intentions not of sages, but of vile Qin criminals, one of whom was a eunuch regicide, no less.
The analysis focuses on the graphemic realisations of selected derivational suffixes over the 150 years which elapsed between the first and the last edition of the KS.
Because the long 'i' vowel sound can be represented with a number of different long 'i' orthographic patterns, the speller also must develop a mental graphemic representation (MGR) of the long 'i' vowel pattern specific to a given word (Apel, 2009; Ehri & Wilce, 1982; Glenn & Hurley, 1993).
If stress assignment and the transcriptions of graphemic /e/ and /o/ in stressed syllables was manually verified or known in advance, a transcription success rate of 99.
Clyne (2003 : 76-80) discusses the following types of transference: lexical, multiple, morphemic, semantic, syntactic, lexicosyntactic, semanticosyntactic, phonological, phonic, graphemic, prosodic, tonemic, and pragmatic.
Michel Chion's study of the acousmetre-effect (the disembodied voice) is reframed as evidence of the way the graphemic element of film precedes any illusion of voice-as-expressive.
Blending is a frequent and productive word-formation process that can be defined as follows: blending involves the coinage of a new lexeme by fusing parts of at least two other source words of which either one is shortened in the fusion and/or where there is some form of phonemic or graphemic overlap of the source words; some typical and well-known examples are given in (1).
The poem's utterance is not the utterance the speaker desires; and the self-cancelling utterance of the germ and the self-cancelling hymen are further redoubled in the broken promises that cancel marriage between the speaker and Maud and in what Rowlinson terms the graphemic "O.
Several other graphemic features also deserve to be mentioned in this context.
There are many forms of writing down that are not "alphabetic," that are not based on graphemic analyses of phonological distinctions.
Particularly intriguing are those that derive from [-er] and are assigned masculine gender; it is entirely possible that the graphemic form (retained in memory) influences their assignment while the (r-colored) schwa is assigned phonologically to /a/.
The choice of words (or word fragments) is relatively arbitrary, but the effect is one of modularity - like graphemic tinker toys.
The speller then compares the phonemic input to the lexicon; if the word is in the speller's lexicon, graphemic information from that word's entry can be used to produce the spelling.
Furthermore, Luick (1921 [1964]: [section][section]670-671) says that the first attestations of such spellings in Early Middle English come from MSS with the graphemic characteristics of northern texts.
Lange (1973) did not find graphemic evidence in Man 'yoshu justifying an A-B distinction for the syllable yo, so I do not write OJ ywo for the 'night' morpheme, but it is reckoned as A-type (i.