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  • n. syntagma

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  • n. a syntactic string of words that forms a part of some larger syntactic unit


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  • Even at the syntagm level, the promo wasn't that bad, really.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Dimensions of Translation Association Substitution  Akin to linguist's syntagm ( Akin to paradigm analysis of syntax or (generally accepted surface structure as perspective) opposed to paradigm)

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  • The new port richey florida homes of foliose to a memorisation basketmaker is to sinology snorting, to twitching him into your gaminess to cabaret and syntagm you.

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  • Thank you very much for the rehab of what 'semantic' in the syntagm 'semantic web' refers to, that is to say it has nothing to do with linguistics or semantic technologies developped in NLP R&D labs.

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  • A larger syntagm is compo - sed of smaller syntagm with interde - pendence between both.

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  • The syntagm is formed by rules and conventions within that specific genre.

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  • A mobile phone belongs on the Syntagmatic level to personal electronic wearable pro - ducts and other products in this syntagm might be a pda, a Walkman or a radio.

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  • A set of tableware is a syntagm of different parts forming a whole.

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  • We cannot be fooled by the syntagm of heterogeneity.

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  • 'Hybridity undermines and / or countermands the prevailing homogenous monolythic reading of the undeconstructed cultural syntagm.'

    The Ochlophobist


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  • Been reading a book on semiology. Still not entirely sure of the definition of this, but I'm working with "something put together in some kind of order".

    December 10, 2010