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4, I would like to argue here that the participle, as a non-prototypical category, is itself prototypically organised, presenting as it were an inner continuum from noun-like to verb-like (cf.
Prototypically, the sibling arrives when the toddler is mastering speech.
Pragmatism has been labeled--for better or worse--the prototypically American philosophy of concrete results, science and democracy.
drilled in 1859, prototypically exemplify the character and evolutionary
In this case, Parson and Lazar found a sufficiently flexible artistic foothold in the screenplay of a prototypically French Nouveau Vague film shot in Paris in 1962, Agnes Varga's Cleo from 5 to 7.
As one "consulting psychologist," Laurence Miller, wrote prototypically in "The Doe Report" published by Medical Legal Art, "This is hardly an epidemic.
Secondly, formal texts tend to have a prototypically written style, where given information is not elided but repeated and must, therefore, be integrated in clause structure: in contexts where the patient is given information the passive will be resorted to.
The model embodies the clinician's knowledge base, which is prototypically organized and searched.
What makes diners, the most palatable of casual restaurants, prototypically American and a source of national pride?
It is also an anthology that runs joyously through the emotional scales, striking every feeling and attitude from the first, "anonymous," selection in the book, the prototypically bluesy "What's You Lookin' At Me Fer?
Quantitative research is used to demonstrate that due to the "objectival'" character of visual perception, the internal structure of the infinitival complement after ver/voir and mirar/regarder is prototypically of non propositional nature, whereas the "eventive'" character of auditory perception explains the propositional structure of the infinitival complement subordinated to oir/ entendre and escuchar/ecouter.