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syntactic

adjective Referring to the order, format and content of clinical trial data and/or documents, which contrasts to the trial’s semantics.

syntactic

(sĭn-tăk′tĭk)
Concerning or affecting syntax.
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In terms of the syntactical patterns and the unities of the poems, the conjunctive adverb "When" that starts the adverbial time clauses three times in Sonnet 12, and twice in Sonnet 15, also serves as a coherent and bridging transition that helps interfuse the first parts of the poems to the second parts.
Let us return, then, to the consonance between Hardy's syntactical repetitions and phonographic technologies.
In section 4 & 5, how to implement data syntactical and semantic unification will be exhibited.
Checking of syntactical correctness of expressions and marking.
The relational algebra is both the syntactical and semantic algebra of the relational data model.
7) In syntactical deviation lies a productive energy.
He imitates the syntactical structure that his local culture promotes and the vocabulary used in our disciplines (education, language learning, etc.
The syntactical parallels cited above support the JPS translation of Judges 13:20-21 and call into question the redactional critical proposal of Zakovitch.
I did a lot of research into the ways in which African syntactical patterns may have translated into English, and I enlisted the help of a friend of mine who speaks Yoruba.
1) semanti (iv) morphological (v) syntactical (vi) 1 mu mu-wa a-wa 1-2 2 wa mu-mi u-i 3-4 3 mu ji-ma li-ya 5-6 4 mi ki-vi ki-vi 7-8 5 ji n-n u-n (vii) i-zi 9-10 6 ma u-u u-zi 11-14 7 ki ku u-ya 15-16 8 vi pa u-u 17-18 9n ya-ya 19-20 10n i 21 11/14u ku 22 pa-ku-mu 23
Syntactical dislocation in certain passages, the use of parentheses, the frequent break between subject and predicate create a destabilizing effect and disturb the linearity of the narrative.
A style characterized by long sentences addresses ideas under construction, deliberately eschewing the syntactical discipline that might have articulated an academic thesis.