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lex·i·cal

(leks'ĭ-kăl),
Denoting the vocabulary of speech or language.

lex·i·cal

(leks'i-kăl)
Denoting the vocabulary related to or describing speech or language.
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Lexicon markets Xermelo (teloristat ethyl) for the treatment of carcinoid syndrome diarrhoea in the United States and has licensed Xermelo to Ipsen Pharma SA for commercialisation in territories outside of the United States and Japan.
Through the precise targeting of these proteins, Lexicon is pioneering the discovery and development of innovative medicines to safely and effectively treat disease.
In European languages, the best lexicon guarantees the lowest out-of-lexicon rate.
Lexicon Relocation is a leading provider of global mobility services.
ABC - along with the Southbank Sinfonia conducted by Academy Award-winning Anne Dudley - are back in Newcastle this Saturday to play The Lexicon of Love in its entirety - as well as large chunks of II and, if time permits, some other big hits too.
The institute was supposed to create 5,000 jobs, some of them directly by Lexicon, others indirectly in fields like biotechnology that would benefit from the institute's success.
Keywords:Subjectivity Lexicon, Opinion Mining, Reviews, Health, Polarity Classification
4], where, the authors suggested a 4-step methodology for creating a domain specific sentiment lexicon.
When Lila stumbles upon the entrance to Lexicon and disappears into the Land of Winter, Ivan and Daphne know they must find her and bring her safely home.
De hecho, este Analytical Lexicon es la segunda edicion de una laborioso trabajo comenzado en los anos 70, que ha ido dando sus frutos parciales, y que ahora se ven consolidados y mejorados en gran medida respecto a una primera edicion del trabajo, publicada por Zondervan hace ya mas de quince anos.
A lexicon based sentiment analyzer is composed of two parts: a classifier and a lexicon of sentiment-annotated words/phrases.
They include lightly raced pair Lexicon Lad and Ardkilly Rebel from the Tom George and Philip Hobbs stables.