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When we apply the criterion of morphological complexity we see that, apart from the two categories carman and mother's son, all ME synonyms of man are morphologically simple forms.
Synonyms, searchonyms, variant word forms, and co-occurrence statistics can at best provide only a partial solution to the difficult problems of detecting complementary or suggestive pairs of text passages, but Arrowsmith is especially valuable for developing and testing improved approaches and techniques.
Observe that depart and quit are synonyms (in the sense of leaving somewhere), as are quit and stop (in the sense of ceasing an activity), as are stop and stay (in the sense of immobilizing something).
Complexity: filters and adjusts synonyms on a scale to find words that are either more easy/simple or complex/difficult
In 1995, the prestigious Robert Dictionary of Synonyms and Opposites was taken out of the bookshops for giving as synonyms for "Jew" such words as "greed," "greedy," and "kike.
Other coincidental (unrelated) selfish synonym hourglasses are implicit in 04-129:
7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- WriteRight is a iOS plain-text editor equipped with synonyms, antonyms and phraseology, and additionally enhanced with Markdown: it's a powerful grammatical engine, capable of performing feats no other word processor has ever dreamed of.
Gardner's commercially important chemicals; synonyms, trade names, and properties.
Time called Einstein the ``kindly, absent-minded professor whose wild halo of hair, piercing eyes, engaging humanity and extraordinary brilliance made his face a symbol and his name a synonym for genius.
The user is therefore able to find a chemical product by its chemical name, synonym, trade name, CAS number, or EINECS/ELINCS number.
These images can be discomforting, and there's the rub: What's at stake, finally, is less some sort of time-and place-bound notion of cultural "authenticity" than a willingness to understand the metaphor of the "other" (the "nowhere here") as, in its essence, a synonym for the universal condition.
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