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syntactic

Dealing with language rules (syntax). See syntax.
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The cases in which the infinitive is qualified tend to belong to another subtype, the inner object (see [section]5), which differs semantically and syntactically.
19) Since the imperative/declarative pairs were syntactically and segmentally identical, the measurement values are considered comparable.
Thus with some senses, like intransitive locomotion roll or intransitive locomotion bounce, the MANNER component is syntactically irrelevant precisely because the relevant thematic core "X goes Y" is not sensitive to those particulars of the MANNER.
Syntactically, tense is closely related to subjecthood, as marked by the agreement features on the finite verbs.
The XGL Export Kit provides an API to produce syntactically correct XGL and provides XGL viewer source code.
nLint helps designers create syntactically and semantically correct HDL code by performing source code checks to ensure conformance with design rules such as synchronous design, clocking scheme, naming conventions and testability.
Exchanging clinical data is an enormous challenge both semantically and syntactically.
According to Bridges--one of a small group of extraordinary women who kept the Bill Buckley machine up and running on schedule while ensuring that his remarkable output of prose stayed clean, clear (even if at times apparently convoluted to the uninitiated), and as grammatically and syntactically as close to perfection as possible--Norris was right on the agreement question but violated her own "that" and "which" rule.
Only a threat to the Dark Side or to the syntactically sensitive, he is.
Claustrophobic, hypnotic, syntactically dazzling, and then some.
At the same time, I was trying to make the individual "songs" as syntactically direct, as brief in their periods, and as potentially graspable on first hearing as possible, knowing of the extreme syntactic and metaphoric difficulty of most of what I write.
They are syntactically derived, she argues, licensed by the same rules that license nouns used elsewhere in narrow syntax.