anaphora

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using a pronoun or similar word instead of repeating a word used earlier

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repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses

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At a closer look, the discourse in (40) is one where the existence presupposition of the second sentence is anaphorically bound, and thus filtered away at the global level.
The term is referred, (apparently) anaphorically, to the figure of MacCruiskeen whose previous appearance might be expected to anchor this extra-logical sense, but what MacCruiskeen has been shown doing with boxes makes him an unconvincing agent of a new order of seeing.
That context may be re-enacted in the ensuing text so therefore, in keeping with Baicchi's point, cataphoric work must first be done before we backtrack anaphorically with our discovery to disentangle the headline.
the nouns do not take deictic or anaphoric determiners and cannot be referred to anaphorically, e.g.
Here, "this" refers anaphorically to the list of positive social and civic qualities listed immediately beforehand, as well as the image from London's past.
4213-16) The hyperbolic, anaphorically repeated 'tant' construction shows this preoccupation with emphatic and definitive destruction of the enemy.
The Head of the Propositional Content may be absent (as when that refers anaphorically back to a whole proposition), empty (as with the pro-form one referring back to the head of a prior NP), lexical (e.g., the items yes and no used to represent the propositional content of a message), or configurational, designating one or more Episodes, which of course may minimally consist of a single SoA, as in (53), in which the SoA concerned with the speaker missing the lecture is incorporated into a proposition which is entertained as probably true.
It will then be assumed that the category TP of to-infinitive complement sentences has an unvalued feature that is to be interpreted anaphorically with respect to the temporal features of the matrix predicate, and the temporal reading of to-infinitival clauses will be accounted for in terms of the conjunction of this anaphoric value with the semantics of the particle to itself.
Azzouni develops a regimentation in terms of anaphorically unrestricted quantifiers.
All demonstratives can be used anaphorically in all dialectal varieties of Estonian.