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Part two was a short "cloze" testing passage in which students were asked to insert the correct negator with the appropriate auxiliary in five blank spaces (See Appendix B).
Negators such as not, none was least useful in these phrases as they have no effect on the obtained semantic scores.
The Old English sentence negator ne, a particle associated with the finite verb, became eroded and replaced by spelling forms of not, a form syntactically independent of the verb.
For the expression of negation, there is the use of the negator tak modifying the verb, as in (20), the same scenario observed in other verbal predicates.
Ady may have seemed to be speaking--as we shall show below--in her father's accents as the great negator, the No-sayer to the Hungarian establishment and its aristocratic social order.
The P-O-P display unit operates with a coiled metal, negator spring to help launch the consumer product along rails to the front of the display.
Celan, the negator, rebelled against Jewish tradition even as he incorporated it into his verse and denied his God even as he sang of Him.
This master negator got along fairly well with words, as one may see for oneself thanks to Gallimard's publication, several months before this exhibition, of the last two volumes of Dubuffet's writings.
While Descartes is described as a "probing negator," the author calls the others "great awakeners," namely "thinkers who, while exposing adhered-to conventions as defunct, are disturbers in order to recall man to his substance.
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As the examples in (17) illustrate, in contexts of CONSTITUENT NEGATION khong must immediately precede whatever constituent it modifies in order to be interpreted as a negator of that constituent.
the process by which nawiht developed into naht and then not, while the Old English and Early Middle English sentence negator ne weakened and was lost.