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syntactic

Dealing with language rules (syntax). See syntax.
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The comparative method has been used to compare the syntactic structure of English idiomatic expressions in the media discourse and their Lithuanian translation.
The classification of syntactic constructions is based both on semantic and syntactic criteria.
There are three main syntactic constituents which together define the basic word order (BWO) of a language; subject, verb and object.
SYNTAX is comic, and punny in the extreme, but it also reveals Graham in the process of testing out, and pushing to their limits, some of the syntactic techniques that he frequently used in his published work.
There are a large number of literature reports about syntactic foams, many researchers have revealed three factors that determining the properties of syntactic foams, namely volume fraction, wall thickness, and particle size of microsphere [8].
This much can be easily accepted; however, expunging in addition all causal processes from the notion of competence as Chomsky does is what has played such a large part in contributing to the aforementioned deficit in contemporary generative syntactic theory.
CMT Materials is the acknowledged leader in the design and development of syntactic foams for use as plug-assist materials.
Selkirt (1986, p.21), formalizes the Percolation principle thus: "If a constituent [alpha] is the head of a constituent [beta], [alpha] and [beta] are associated with an identical set of features (syntactic and diacritic)"