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corpus

1. a collection or body of writings, esp by a single author or on a specific topic
2. Anatomy
a. any distinct mass or body
b. the main part of an organ or structure
3. the inner layer or layers of cells of the meristem at a shoot tip, which produces the vascular tissue and pith

corpus

Latin for "body," corpus refers to a collection of items. Any very large body of work that is written (text), spoken or on video can be called a corpus. The Web is a gigantic corpus.
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And there's further cause for celebration at Corpus Christi, which is today ranked second in Cardiff according to a host of comparable data.
For Slovene, a Web corpus has already been built [12].
Dan provided excellent leadership in Beaumont, and we're confident Corpus Christi will be the perfect home base for him to help us grow all of our East Texas markets,' said Jeff Dudderar, BBVA Compass regional executive for Commercial Banking.
In the spirit of this fun holiday, this cosmetology school in Corpus Christi is offering Halloween makeup application for only $10.
The family of Nelda Martinez, the mayor of Corpus Christi who whooped excitedly from the festival stage as her mother looked on, highlights that long-time presence.
It was not only the Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Corporation's and Governor Perry's Economic Development & Tourism Division's aggressive business-friendly approach in attracting M&G to Texas that weighed heavily in making the location decision, but also the service and supply efficiencies resulting from the presence of six refineries and Paraxylene production in the area, as well as the excellent port infrastructure that allows the benefit of having marine access to most of the PTA/PET facility's key raw materials, Paraxylene, Acetic Acid and Ethylene Glycol," added Ghisolfi.
The corpus callosum should not have been included in the images as it is not a feature of SSD and the article does not mention that it is.
Datam da decada de sessenta, o uso de computadores na pesquisa linguistica, a compilacao do primeiro corpus eletronico e a avaliacao de parametros estatisticos para a comparacao de dados linguisticos.
Fortunately, neither the attorney general nor the president himself has the ability to legally suspend habeas corpus.
CORPUS will hold an innovative position by illustrating and providing insight into health-related issues.
Juliana of Mont Cornillon in Belgium is credited with starting the feast of Corpus Christi.
The first task is an oral report (monologue), where I seek to assess knowledge of typical corpus language.