The nearby word "light" is sung on an E-flat--but contrastively
a related word, "shade" is on a higher E-natural, prefiguring some of the power of the oppositional and negative that Pound proposes and that Carter frames.
They are productive and have unexpectedly low frequency and in doing so, contrastively
highlight the statistical idiomaticity of the target expression (bibhha barshiki, 'marriage anniversary').
The structures in both cases are pragmatically marked with the VO and the V being contrastively
focussed, as indicated by the free translation in English.
We can contrastively
evaluate the quality and performance of the depth map through benchmark images provided with accurate ground truth disparity maps.
, addresses configured at manufacture time would be typically 48 bits, and address determined at deployment time would have a length of [log.sub.2]N, where N is the total number of nodes in the whole network.
, under TSSVMADRC speed controller in Tigure 4, rotor speed drops to 695 r/min when load suddenly changes, and only after 0.06 s it reaches steady state again.
, several transformations in  are introduced to represent the system into a nonlinear cascade form.
According to Tsukada (2002) vowel duration is used contrastively
in some languages but not in others.
, settling in neighborhood clusters that are defined by language and culture may also exacerbate differences and thus tensions between mainstream and Spanish-speaking communities, and allow law enforcement to strategically target individuals for detention (Bauer 2009, Beirich, n.d.).
Peter by setting all alone public demonstrations of miracles that surpassed the forces of nature, thus contrastively
juxtaposing them with the beliefs in wonders made by God.
Experiment 1: Take the support vector machine (SVM)  as the classifier to analyze the performance of CMMF and CMMCF contrastively
when targets fly towards the radar station.
, they should regard themselves as entrepreneurs and practice entrepreneurial behavior.