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As emphasized by the editing that places these two moments in immediate relation to each other, then, Cohen's shifting extra-linguistic behaviors create a compelling sense of his multifaceted and often antonymous personality.
Here, it proved possible to represent 60 personality traits as points in a unified spatial model, accounting for their semantic structure, those with similar meanings (according to data from GPA-sorting) being adjacent, and those with antonymous meanings (according to O-sorting) being diametrically opposite.
square, circle, for 'triangle'), cannot correlate with predictable meanings for the simple reason that the prototypical features of antonymous words are incompatible, mutually excluding, and therefore cannot motivate the interpretation of new naming units.
However, those imbued with the liberatory spirit--and of these there are many--see the universal oppression of women in similar (although occasionally antonymous in its particular) terms as universal feminists of other (i.
two antonymous classes), a free-text retrieval system cannot contribute to an information environment that will support or enhance the value of system output through the establishment of meaningful context.
Looking at transposal sets also reveals pairs (and sometimes trios) of words which are to a varying degree synonymous, related or antonymous.
This is not to say that nature is antonymous with politics.
Moving yet a further step away from the verbal amredita proper, we find the following passage in which the juxtaposed verbs are construed with different, antonymous preverbs.
Restoration and renovation may not have been to Erasmus the opposites Bejczy would have them be; the Christian theological treatment of moral and spiritual renovation or restoration may have made him see the concepts as more synonymous than antonymous.
Yet, since the rise of Modernity, flowers live "double lives," as they have come to serve as a trope for antonymous phenomena--the manifestation of good and beauty, as well as their modern Baudelarian counterparts evil and hideousness, renaissance and death, to name a few.
While the bawi part is a reflection of the hatue phrase, the relationship between bawi and hatue expressions is often synonymous, but there are also metonymous or even antonymous pairs.