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The "inasmuch as" characteristic of a reduplicative statement indicates the manner in which a particular predicate can be truthfully attributed to a particular subject.
Reduplicative (and intensive) morphology can also indicate ITERATION (or PREDICATE QUANTIFICATION).
Seligman, also preferring the reduplicative form 'vadavada', said it referred to 'predatory bushmen, who might fall upon and kill a wandering Koita, as well as to certain non-human beings stated to kill men with an egg-shaped stone club, make medicine of the body, and then bring the victim to life again' (1910:187).
The Reduplicative Passive in Older Egyptian: Description and Typology.
In the second half of the twentieth century, the term 'confabulation' had been extended to other disorders characterized by false statements, such as anosognosia, false recognition, or paramnesic misidentification (deja-vu, Capgras, Fregoli, intermetamorphosis, reduplicative paramnesia).
Only structural types of syntactic reduplicative constructions and their meanings will be considered leaving aside their actual use in written and spoken language (frequency, various discourse functions etc.
Phonological correspondence plays no role in morphological doubling; reduplicative morphemes (like the "RED" of Base-Reduplicant Correspondence Theory; McCarthy and Prince 1995) play no role in phonological correspondence.
In 1921 Tunste [pseudonym of Paul Bryan, a National Puzzlers' League member] revealed to Puzzledom the famous formula for constructing a 10-square out of five different reduplicative words--a clever idea, the practicality of which has since been fully demonstrated.
Among its applications are the fallacy of secundum quid et simpliciter, the [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of reduplicative propositions, the conversion of reduplicative propositions, the reduplicative syllogistic, and the supposition of terms in qua propositions.
Rather, the natural signs represent the basic structure and dynamism of human existence which the grace of Christ presupposes, redeems, and elevates; indeed, only on this basis can the sacraments appear not as a reduplicative and hence alienating superstructure, but as the incarnation of grace in human existence itself.
Having read Susan Thorpe's "Singularly Imperfect Tauitonyms", Ed Wolpow recommends Nils Thun's Reduplicative Words in English, a thesis published in 1963 by Carl Bloms Boktrychkeri A.
In Sima Xiangru's fu, the great majority of textual variants concerns rhyming, alliterative, or reduplicative binomes; these usually serve as descriptives but also occur in the names of plants and trees, minerals and stones, or mythological beings.
Quantitative transfer in reduplicative and templatic morphology.
In A Mysterious Pattern, a Kickshaws item in Word Ways 86114, Will Shortz says "words like FLIPFLOP, DING-DONG, and FIDDLE-FADDLE are known to linguists as reduplicative words of the third order".
The problem is further exacerbated by the fact that, even when functioning as a particle, si (*sieg) plays many different roles: as a preposed reduplicative marker; for the metrical purpose of making up feet in a line or enhancing a lyrical effect; as an anaphorically employed demonstrative ("this [is] .