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punishment

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condemn

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convict

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a judicial decision, especially one setting the punishment to be inflicted on a convicted person

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to pronounce judgment against

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(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed

the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned

pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law

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The fact that their text canonicalization features did not lead to better than the baseline approach supports their findings that the sentential paraphrases, at least in the MSR corpus, share more words in common than one might expect given the standard definition of a paraphrase.
A core problem the sentential paradigm encounters is, as indicated above, that it assumes direct access to our mental states, following Descartes.
To further emphasize the sentential import of his commander's suicide, Titinius laments that Cassius "hast misconstrued every thing" (5.
The morphological meanings do not anyway contribute in getting the sentential meaning in the system of Paninian theory of linguistic understanding.
Due to these limitations, any evidence of proverbial sources and analogues for sentential matter in Beowulf can be at best indirect.
On the basis of this discussion I think we can see that the adjective in Meiland's "relative truth" is neither a content qualifier, nor a modal qualifier, nor a sentential qualifier, nor an epistemic qualifier.
As an aside, here's another serial beheadment, but this time it's sentential rather than all synonyms.
Mainly in chapter 6, Sider argues for a broader conception of ideological joint-carvingness than that of Lewis: in a fundamental language there are other kinds of terms, like quantifiers, sentential operators, and connectives.
It has, however, various functions, only one of which is to mark a sentential verb complement (e.
The first aim asks for an organization principle of internally focalized texts that operates on a basic sentential level.
Sentential Complements in Functional Grammar: Embedded Predications, Propositions, Utterances in Latin.
Conversely, the InfC subordinated to an auditory PV prototypically has a sentential structure, the whole InfC functions as the DO of the PV, and the perceived participant functions as the Sinf within the subordinated complement.
6(b) shows the resulting visual sentential form, and highlights the handle for the application of production 9.
Combining interests and ideas in Slavic and cognitive linguistics, these 14 essays present overviews of recent research on the nominal system, the verbal system, the sentential system, changing language and motivating language.
According to Janos Pusztay the use of the determinative conjugation is vascillating in Nenets and, in all probability, it can be used even when the sentential object is "very definite" or when the logical emphasis is on the predicate.