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Moreover, as a consequence of the lack of adjunction property, other properties are also lost.
Based on the Lagrange multiplier adjunction, incorporating these forces into the original stiffness equations (as loads), and transferring it to the left hand side by appending it to the vector of unknowns, the multiplier-augmented system can be obtained as follows:
Jordens' research has an obvious generativist orientation, even though showing a certain onset neutrality regarding the "minimalist/maximalist debate", because the use of notions such as functional category, adjunction or AUX, as basic elements of the syntactic analysis, does not force this researcher to take sides in this question.
Now Greek shows in the determiner-article o, the cognate of sa, the same opposition as Vedic: close versus distant linkage, adjunction versus disjunction.
Indeed, the adjunction of contaminants acts as a plasticizer, which induces an increase of chains movement.
It is either adjunction (as argued by Holmberg and Platzack 1995), or a PF operation.
For Boniour, "an episode may be considered as a moment which forms a real whole and yet is merged in the main narrative, whereas a digression is more of an adjunction and generally entails a sudden break in the narrative" (xi).
This adjunction of planets was not as complete as that of five planets in 1059 B.
He is also a visiting Professor of Tsinghua University, Adjunction Professor of Communications University of China and Honorary Professor of Beijing Aeronautics and Astronautics University.
iii) Adjunction and deletion may only be done at the end of the current word.
The clinical team recorded mean arterial pressure (MAP), central venous pressure (CVP), cardiac index (measured using pulmonary artery catheter), and PVI at three successive tidal volume settings (6, 8, and 10 ml/kg) under zero end-expiratory pressure and following adjunction of a PEEP, and found that successive zero end-expiratory pressure induced significant changes in PVI, but not CVP or MAP.
Grewendorf, Gunther--Joachim Sabel 1999 "Scrambling in German and Japanese: Adjunction versus multiple specifiers", Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 17: 1-65.