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Synonyms for colligation

the state of being joined together

the connection of isolated facts by a general hypothesis

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(10) Admittedly debates over whether these conflicts were "really religious" or not will go on, and I have been only too ready criticize the reification of such colligations as 'religion, 'Christianity,' 'Catholicism,
Item Alarming index Daily Design value Warning variation value Deformation of adjacent 2 mm 20 mm underground colligation pipelines Settlement of adjacent 3 mm +10 mm/-30mm ground surface Vertical displacement 2 mm 20 mm 80% of of surrounding design value Settlement of tunnel 2 mm 20 mm buildings Tunnel clearance 2 mm 30 mm convergence
The latter are usually referred to as colligation (see Siepmann 2005: 411-419; Sinclair 2000: 200; Hanks 2008: 222; Hoey and Brook 2008: 294; Hoey 2000: 234).
In this paper, the researchers design a system which can help new immigrants to form Chinese sentences by applying colligation and collocation technology.
A contrastive study of the semantic prosody and colligation in two news corpora.
At each step in an account, new statements are added, and, through a process of "colligation," new accounts successively produced, impelling the dialogue forward (pp.
This is achieved through an appropriately proportionate colligation of religious issues with those concerning politics, race, and culture.
Technological disintegration is in favour of internal accumulation of one kind of technological knowledge, while technological convergence leads to occasional knowledge colligation between different kinds of technological knowledge.
Verb and article colligation in French and English.
The major part of realization theory concerns the identification of a given holomorphic function as a transfer (characteristic) function of a system (colligation) or a linear fractional transformation of such a function.
Corpora like the BNC are designed to provide sample data from which to infer generalisations about the language as a whole, or about particular broad categories of texts, concerning frequencies of occurrence and co-occurrence (collocation, colligation, and so on).
When, as in this instance, it is used within a qualitative framework colligation is required.
Part 2 offers chapters on three areas of investigation using corpus linguistics to research grammar: frequency, chunks and colligation, and semantic prosody.