Semantically (25a) is the basis of (25b), formally there is a paradigmatic relationship between an NP and a derived adjective expressed by a second order schema:
Thus we see that word formation may be based semantically on a systematic paradigmatic relationship with lexical phrases.
Thirdly, lexical creativity may be based on paradigmatic relationships between existing complex words instead of being a matter of concatenation of words and affixes.
In the above syntagm, for example, the word 'young' stands in a paradigmatic relationship
with the words 'old', 'tall', etc.
Throughout Chaucerian Theatricality John Ganim's purpose is not so much to align his author with the creators of dramatic literature, as to divert emphasis away from the hackneyed but resilient concept of a paradigmatic relationship
between The Canterbury Tales and works of drama, towards images of the poet as performance-artist and his poem as performance-artifact.
It would also reflect the common notion that must and may stand in a paradigmatic relationship.
solution to view them in a paradigmatic relationship of degrees of modality is intuitively more convincing.
The articulation of more types of paradigmatic relationships in thesauri and subject heading lists and the presence of alternative classification numbers in different contexts, or even disciplines, offer potential for the web and the hierarchy to work together.
Ferdinand de Saussure, the seminal semiotician, suggested that paradigmatic relationships belong to the relatively stable system of language.
A modern dictionary, therefore, will concern itself not only with meanings, but with syntagmatic and paradigmatic relationships
As noted earlier, paradigmatic relationships are those that are context-free, definitional, and true in all possible worlds.
First they are limited in what they can express insofar as they manage--and frequently they don't--to limit their hierarchy structures to paradigmatic relationships.