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syntactic

Dealing with language rules (syntax). See syntax.
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But it is photography that both inspires and makes possible his navigations between the syntactical and the pictorial.
Haley, Innovex's chairman and chief executive officer, said syntactical analysis is more accurate and thorough than conventional Boolean search systems that only recognize specific words.
The Albert IR System is proven to be effective at interpreting regional slang and syntactical errors," said Max Thiercy, Head of Development for Albert, Inc.
Among their topics are the principle of the excluded middle, syntactical acts and objects, the phenomenology of genesis and the genesis of phenomenology, and Derrida's interpretation of Husserl.
One of the book's most notable features is its use of language to mirror the expressions and syntactical nuances of the German - in places it reads like a very loyal translation that lets the original shine through.
The field of collage, of color and line, in concealing Mallock's original, releases outbursts of words that find themselves in an altogether new syntactical space; and there, like notes, they sing a painted music.
Thus, the syntactical statuses of the two components of the nominal phrase fall in line with their relative functional value: the attributive component (which formally is no longer an attribute) is the governing noun (having the morphological shape of status constructus), occupying the main position in the nominal-phrase, whereas the qualified noun, as a subordinated one, has the secondary position in the nominal-phrase.
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This has led him to rephrase the time-space/reality-simulation continuum, and the syntactical possibilities that derive from his perception of the sensory world.
The analysis will also identify and focus on the co-dependant syntactical, morphological, semantic and stylistic phenomena present in the corpus (e.
This passivity -- strategic, syntactical, ideological -- is more than just a reaction to the perceived overreach of the Bush years.
There were syntactical surprises: the headmaster turned janitor in