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Allied Fiber is the US' first open-access, integrated, network-neutral collocation and dark fibre superstructure.
The term collocation has its origin in the Latin verb 'collocare' which means 'to set in order/ to arrange'.
black market/money), the combination should be considered a collocation.
8220;We are excited to be providing our services in United States and overseas,” stated Albert Ahdoot, head of Business Development of Collocation America.
On the other hand, the collocate works as a modifier, it is semantically interpretable within a collocation and it is chosen by a certain basis to form a collocation (HEID et al.
The predominant semantic properties of collocation stem from its contextual origins and the importance of repetition in a text.
Because according to Nesselhauf (2003), comprehension of collocations does not normally produce problems for learners so that identifying learners' problems "must mean analyzing their production of collocation" (p.
2007) established Adaptive Fup Collocation Method (AFCM) with adaptive spatial algorithm, but classical time marching algorithm.
This mathematics textbook covers Collocation Methods, which differ from Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods by involving unstructured points in space.
Self-evidently, then, teaching collocation should be a top priority in every language course".
2) In the sense of Sinclair's (1991) understanding (a collocation as any type of sense-making combination) an ideosyncratic syntagmatic combination of lexical units, independent of word class or syntactic structure is understood as a collocation (cf.
This article will illustrate the use of collocation analysis as a computational and statistical discovery procedure that helps narrow the search for interesting grammatical context.