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syntactic

Dealing with language rules (syntax). See syntax.
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Out of the 4 options, only 2 configuration options are syntactically similar between all three web browsers and the remaining 2 are similar between any two.
The most frequent predicative possessive construction in the Obdorsk dialect can be defined as syntactically transitive (according to Stassen 2013), which is built with the verb tajti 'have' (see also Honti 2008 : 164):
Following Hussey (1992) he compares two Lear speeches, one from the beginning of the play which he describes as syntactically complex, incorporating several embedded clauses, and the other from act 4, by which time the deposed king has undergone a radical change of state and fortune.
216), he turns our attention to the ways that communication syntactically imbricates intransitive yet asymmetrical distinctions and thus in-builds different layers of abstraction.
Similar to Go, Rust is syntactically a C-like language, but where Go emphasizes speed, Rust is oriented more toward memory safety and predictable performance.
Dickens's journey in between the opening and closing hypernymic characterizations of disorientation and confinement is rendered in two very long and syntactically convoluted sentences.
Other implementations are module integration of SASS (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets), bulk feed mapping for the Feed Import addon, the ability for the owner to add translations of the Android app interface, and the ability to add icons for search form items also for the Android app interface.
Consisting of syntactically and grammatically complete couplets, the form also has an intricate rhyme scheme.
Her predicament ("corpse position") produces the least syntactically assured or elaborate of lines: "her scrawl,/her breathing--/tanks of oxygen ...
Moreover, the gap or blank between the adjective "WILLIN/G" and the adverb "WILLIN/G LY" plays syntactically, grammatically, and typographically with the problem of agency, reduplicating the sentence's interrogative gesture.
Only a threat to the Dark Side or to the syntactically sensitive, he is.