linguistic relation


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a relation between linguistic forms or constituents

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Morphology and syntax offer alternative means for encoding the same formal linguistic relations.
They consider Paul's socio-historical, historical-textual, ecclesial, and linguistic relations to a variety of biblical actors.
They flesh out Gessner's internal references (for example, if he just writes supra, the note gives a page reference), give the original text of sources Gessner paraphrases, comment on his etymologies with references to standard modern works, correct his notions of linguistic relations (Persian, for example, is no longer considered a dialect of Turkish, 63r, 246), and so on.
With this comprehensive survey of the nature and extent of Scandinavian loanwords in Older and Middle Scots, she has filled a gap: given the mass of scholarly work on English-Scandinavian contact, this treatment of the intercultural and linguistic relations of Scotland and Scandinavia will provide a long-awaited addition to all those interested in the subject.
of linguistic relations that cannot exist without language" (1990: 501).
The study of linguistic relations and structures in discourse; Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed.
NLP enables richer data processing at the level of words, linguistic relations and word meanings.