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A string extracted automatically at every word boundary does not have to constitute a unit of phrasal structure or meaning.
Blocking of phrasal constructions by lexical items.
This section considers intervocalic s-voicing, raddoppiamento sintattico, vowel deletion, phrase-final lengthening, and phrasal stress placement.
Na letra "a", os alunos completam os espacos com uma preposicao a fim de formar os phrasal verbs.
On Tuesdays, Jurgen had just about recovered enough to stalk around the flat dressed only in his boxer shorts, terrifying unsuspecting housemates and stray Christians alike; and Claudia, fresh from the previous evening's attempt at English conversation, was likewise on the prowl, but with the purpose of trapping somebody into a corner in order to practise her phrasal verbs and idioms.
The senior consultants noted that these sessions emphasized the same things: rewritten sentences, phrasal corrections, and comma changes.
Other 6-letter straddles: REPEAT ONESELF (Chain), MEDICINE MAN, MADE HISTORY, GOLDEN HAMPSTER (Denham is in UK), KNEE BREECHES (eebree = eyebrow), FIRE WARDEN, PHRASAL VERRB, COUSIN GERMAN, LOST ONESELF (cpf), QUARTER GALLERY, LEVEL CROSSING
An equally unobtrusive phrasal device subverts racial stereotypes by their immediate extension.
According to The American Heritage's Dictionary of the EnglishLanguage, Fourth Edition, ``hone in,'' a phrasal verb, means ``To move or advance toward a target or goal'' which would fit perfectly in the context of original story.
30) A Lover's Complaint consists of forty-seven seven-line stanzas, and searching "Literature Online" for phrasal links is onerous and takes time.
Moreover, overleap is a reversal of the phrasal verb, to leap over, wherein the usual contingent order of the verb 'leap' and the preposition 'over' in phrasal conjunction is reversed to form a compound verb.