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Nonargument review may be inappropriate then because non-expert staff attorneys may not be able to identify quickly and accurately the material errors, incorrect applications of law, or novel issues requiring judicial attention.
She puts into question Cinque's analysis in terms of a contrast between argument se and nonargument se, claiming instead that the distinction between the two arbitrary se constructions is a matter of Case.
While liking and influence correlated moderately for a number of the more argument-oriented videos, such was not true for three of the four nonargument music videos.
101) This initial screening is only the beginning of a multilayered review process--all of these cases will be screened and sorted again, either by judges once they are calendared or by staff attorneys and then by judges if they are set on the nonargument track.
Jelinek's (1984) pronominal argument hypothesis (PAH) states that in some languages, agreement morphemes constitute argument positions, and full NPs are adjuncts which have nonargument status.
Compare this construction to the one below, expressing a more general benefit-giving in which the beneficiary takes on a nonargument form.
29) Le: Argument > less argumental > nonargument a.
I therefore suggest that in these constructions the secondary topic status is associated with the possessor of the object noun rather than with the referent of the object itself, so we are dealing here with a nonargument secondary topic.
It comprises 10 texts, among which there are arguments, sound or unsound, and nonarguments.
Then, just when he should explicate how term limits would have kept all this from happening, we are, instead, presented with nonarguments like "Surely we would not be having this argument |on moving the CIA~ if we had reasonable limits on terms" or "Does anyone doubt that the behavior of the Judiciary Committee |during the Thomas-Hill hearings~ would have been markedly different--never mind better--if its members had been serving under a regime of term limitations?
The units nucleus, core and periphery are syntactic, but are semantically motivated, in that the nucleus houses the semantic predicate, the core syntactic arguments are arguments in the semantic representation of the predicate, the core consists of these arguments plus the predicate, the periphery contains elements which are not semantic arguments of the predicate, and the whole clause contains the predicate, arguments and nonarguments.