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a word (such as a pronoun) used to avoid repetition

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Drawing on Martin and Rose's (2007) concepts of anaphor and cataphor, we examine two types of semiotic interplay--namely, anaphoric and cataphoric induction--with a view to detecting the influencing power of visual images in preceding or following scenes, sequences and stages.
This is because the use of an anaphor bridging the two distinct uses doesn't sound felicitous.
Non-alternating "se" with anticausative-inchoative verbs is an expletive anaphor inserted in [Spec,VP] due to formal reasons, as represented in (8) below.
i) If in a sentence S an anaphor is locally free, then S is ungrammatical.
In what he calls "epicene uses" of he and they the selection of the anaphor depends on many factors such as the distance from the antecedent, stylistic differences, tendency towards the semantic rather than the grammatical agreement, the morphological complexity of an item and some idiosyncratic properties of individual morphemes.
We select candidates that agree in gender with the pronominal anaphor, as suggested in [5, 6].
First, the variables are used for tracking entities for purposes of anaphor, deixis, relative clauses, infinitival clauses, and the like.
The time course of anaphor resolution: Effects of implicit verb causality and gender.
Keywords: copula sentences, pronoun one, Anglicism, anaphor, scale of relationships.
An anaphor reference capability can enhance a text extraction tool.
Key words: Spanish grammar, discourse grammar, nominal group, pronominalization, zero anaphor.
3) It is not crucial to the present argument that crosslinguistically all LDA involve such an interpretation, a state of affairs argued in Cole, Hermon, and Huang not to in fact hold: "the chapters in this volume show that languages differ with respect to whether bound anaphor long-distance reflexives are subject to a de se restriction" (xxvii).
We then learn about the systems for interpreting pragmatic/discoursal information from the input: anaphor resolution for establishing reference, and the use of frames, scripts and plans to model the organisation of human knowledge.
The four editors have jointly written a theoretical introduction that provides a systematic overview not only of the structure of the volume, but of anaphor as an important linguistic phenomenon within South Asian languages.