, Jenny and John set their privilege in motion when Patricia Maria failed to complete class projects to their satisfaction.
Each of these five contrastively
derived aspects of context (co-text, chron-text, rel-text, bi-text, and non-text,) has been discussed separately, often without a label or using different terms, somewhere in the literature of translation studies, translation technology, linguistics, pragmatics, or philosophy.
The contrastive stress on the word wallet would only be possible if the auxiliary wasn't was also contrastively
stressed, like in (4):
3) The present essay uses the terms "text" and "context" contrastively
Aside from the protagonist and her daughter, the other three women in Agosto Nero are silent, minimal figures who serve the purpose of contrastively
underlining the narrator's ambivalence to her role as a mother.
Sometimes, as with Jakobson and Halle, an attempt is made to dichotomize the figurative universe by applying the terms contrastively
, and when this is done, "metonymy" is usually reserved to figuration based on relations of contiguity, "metaphor" to figuration based on relations of similitude.
12) And Ranjit Singh (1986: 172), on what appears to be the same wavelength as Brown, uses the term "Brunei Malay" (privileged, majority ethnic group) contrastively
with "Chinese" (underprivileged minority), as if referring to all indigenous, with the apparent implication that there is no heterogeneity in the native population.
For all that it concentrates on the third paragraph, Leech's discussion does not comment on this--namely that Pip's marked equatives occur as a series of that-clause complements of an emphatic main-clause factive predicate, arising emphatically and contrastively
in the context of neg-factives in the preceding paragraph.
This study aims at contrastively
investigating the transitive-based resultative constructions in Thai and English in which the causative predicate is manifested by two types of transitive verb which are postulated in this article, namely, "implied-result verbs" and "entailed-result verbs.
In some cases, the synchronic source of the contour segments seems undisputed, either because the language is lacking the contrast that is to be enhanced or because it uses the secondary (enhancement) feature contrastively
The phonological interpretation of contour sounds becomes more difficult in the numerous languages that have both a nasal/oral contrast on vowels and lack a phonemic opposition between voiceless /P/, voiced /B/ and nasal /NZ In these languages the view of enhancement as a feature of phonetic implementation is dubious.
As Prospero looks on from a cliff in an arrangement that connects him contrastively
with the benign rocky faces decorating the isle (see Figure 7), the malignant harpies carry out their destructive acts.
Sheik Ibraheim Omair is represented in clearly repulsive stereotypical terms (he is a man with a "horrible leer" and "the pungent stench of the native" ) which act contrastively
to further confirm the positive image of Hassan.