Second, in section 2, I show that, as far as we can tell from our sources, metacultural uses of wen referring to the abstract concept of 'ideal patterns in conventionalized
behavior' (e.g., Lunyu 9.5 discussed above) emerged in the Zhanguo period.
Even if Alber challenges the more established sense of postmodernism as a reaction to and move away from the strategies of modernism, how does his definition of the postmodern address the historical contingency of these strategies, other than by the observation that they often occur after their conventionalized
predecessors (though not always; see, for instance, Harry Potter)?
Another example of the phrasal construction of lexical units is that in many European languages NPs consisting of a bare adjective and a noun are used as conventionalized
names for entities that have to be stored:
We next investigated the age-dependency of FGA1 synthesis during the microbial association process by examining [alpha](1-2) asialo GM1 fucosyl-transferase (FT) activity35) in mice that were conventionalized
at different ages by treatment with adult mouse feces.
A similarly conventionalized
and relatively jocose response to the march of intellect dominates the most extended poem on the subject, W.
While the access to low-level models yields implicated meaning, the activation of high-level models produces illocutionary meaning, which can become conventionalized
and associated with a constructional characterization (Ruiz de Mendoza and Gonzalvez-Garcia 2011).
Unlike the psychological portraits of the naive, misperceiving subject common to literary realism and naturalism, Wolf's characters speak ironically and self-analytically of their own tendencies to "read through conventionalized
Meaning derivation takes place at the four levels in the form of inference or conventionalized
The qualities of organics are not as easily conventionalized
into commodities (i.e., mass produced, homogenous products).
The point is that any metaphor or image in time becomes conventionalized
, and so ceases to convey any real concrete meaning.
a) the degree of probability of a multi-word-item is measured in relation with its degree of institutionalization (conventionalized
multi-word item); b) the degree of fixedness of the set phrase is also measured in relation to its grammatical restrictions; c) finally, the degree to which the meaning of the set phrase can or cannot be derived from the meaning of its constituent parts is also measured (non-compositionality--meaning is not interpreted on a word-by-word basis) (Iglesias-Rabade 2001: 129-130).
Their topics include whether English in Cyprus is second-language or learner, studying structural innovations in New English varieties, interrogative inversion as a learner phenomenon in English contact varieties, typological profiling of learner English versus indigenized second-language varieties of English, and a principled distinction between error and conventionalized
innovation in African Englishes.