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corpus

1. a collection or body of writings, esp by a single author or on a specific topic
2. Anatomy
a. any distinct mass or body
b. the main part of an organ or structure
3. the inner layer or layers of cells of the meristem at a shoot tip, which produces the vascular tissue and pith

corpus

Latin for "body," corpus refers to a collection of items. Any very large body of work that is written (text), spoken or on video can be called a corpus. The Web is a gigantic corpus.
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collocation, semantic prosody, and subtext), Milojkovic analyzes the logical construction of literary worlds as well as a hitherto uncharted domain in corpus stylistics: authorial intention, that is, whether the author sincerely means what he or she writes.
Craig Peus, CEO of Gravity Midstream Corpus Christi, who will remain as CEO of the company, said, 'The team at Corpus Christi is excited to be joining the Pin Oak family and partnering with investors who are dedicated to taking the terminal to the next level by expanding the terminal's operations and building a strategic hub in Corpus Christi.
With an overall score of 75 out of 100, Corpus Christi is second to Cardiff High (79) and marginally ahead of Bishop of Llandaff CIW High in third (73).
With the birth of the computer and the rapid development of the information technology, the concept of corpus has been changed greatly.
As an active supporter of the Corpus Christi American Heart Association since 2004, CITGO sponsors and participates in events like the annual Heart Walk and the Heart Ball, with CITGO volunteers donating more than 400 hours of their personal time to the Heart Walk over the past five years.
The proposed ordinance would require drivers to complete unnecessary and duplicative steps that make it difficult for them to earn extra money and hurt our ability to ensure that riders have access to reliable and affordable transportation," Sarfraz Maredia, Uber's general manager in South and East Texas, wrote in a letter to Corpus Christi's city council on March 4.
Although Corpus linguistics has advanced a great deal in recent years and is now being increasingly more frequently included within research projects regarding Linguistics and Translation (for instance: Kiibler & Foucou, 2003; Laroche & Langlais, 2010), the most advanced technical procedures focused on the creation and exploitation of corpora are still a pitfall.
Con este ultimo fin se crea el corpus de literatura traducida mencionado.
As from the available sources, it has noted that during the development of the corpus main focus was given to the utilization of corpus in the field of linguistic or natural language processing domain.
Sagittal T2 and T1 images showed complete absence of genu and body of corpus callosum with preservation of splenium.
Keywords: language technologies, corpus linguistics, World Wide Web, Slovene language
La Linguistica de Corpus es una metodologia empirica de analisis linguistico que se caracteriza por el empleo de herramientas computacionales.