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conjunct

adjective allied, amalgamated, binding, coadunate, coalescent, coherent, cohesive, combined, complex, composite, concerted, conjoint, connected, consensual, consolidated, contiguous, correlative, incorporated, indissoluble, indivisible, inseparable, integrated, joined, joint, matched, merged, paired, partnered, participant, symbiotic, unified, united
Associated concepts: conjunctive denials, conjunctive obliiations, conjunctive of averments, conjunctive relief
Foreign phrases: Conjunctim et divisim.Jointly and severally
See also: associated, coadunate, coherent, cohesive, compact, composite, compound, concerted, conjoint, consensual, contiguous, corporate, correlative, inextricable, joint
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If case can be assigned to one of the conjuncts, it is not clear why this assignment could be blocked for the other conjunct.
The Sun The royal baby's Sun in Cancer would conjunct William's and Catherine's Moon in Cancer.
24) Pompei 2006 has similarly shown that the conjunct participle can be located on a noun-to-verb continuum, with the so-called 'appositive' use most adjective-like and the co-subordinative use most verb-like.
In case of gapping, the conceptual content underlying the verb is shared between conjuncts.
The second conjunct is structurally identical to the Rossian principle.
Andrzej Lyda does just that in his article "Disjuncts and conjuncts in discourse management".
On the measure of abstrac t versus non-abstract information, for instance, phone conversations or fiction cluster at the non-abstract end of the continuum while academic prose and official documents cluster at the abstract end, whose key features are frequent use of such features as conjuncts, agentless and by passives, and past participial clauses.
February 18-23 is a dangerous time all over, when aggro planet Mars conjuncts Pluto, warning of violence and giving the bad guys a field day.
But under natural assumptions it is also shown that second-order vagueness implies vagueness of all orders, and that a conjunction can have have second-order vagueness even if its conjuncts do not.
We should expect the assimilation of dental stops with y conjuncts to palatal stops, though there are exceptions among the Prakrits (cf.
This interpretation makes it obvious why DRD* is a useful rule of inference for wide-scope reason claims over the English "or": since these claims have the logical form of a conjunction it is not surprising that, when they are true, their conjuncts are also true
This article presents well-formedness conditions on Turkish coordinate constructions with suspended affixation (SA) , where certain bound morphemes are omitted from all conjuncts other than the final one while maintaining their semantic scope over the whole construction.