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affix

(a′fiks″) [L. affixus, fastened to]
An element attached to a word that alters its meaning, e.g., a prefix or a suffix.
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In the case of evaluative morphology, the head by this criterion is certainly the base and not the affix.
Given that the stem and the affix seem to be easily and strongly activated, the participants perceive the stimulus as a very probable "word".
mentions the provision of the feminine affix nis after a generic term (j[a.
The Illinois Supreme Court found that under the Secretary of State Act , the secretary of state only has the duty to sign and affix the state seal to "commissions" required by law to be issued by the governor.
Tags were tailor-made and provided the following information: input word-class, affix involved and output word-class.
The proposed measure of productivity P for a given affix is the ratio between the number h of hapax legomena derived by that affix and the number N of all tokens of that affix occurring in the corpus:
Snapshots and drawings having the rawness and tentativeness of experiments rather than the more complex imagery of the larger works nonetheless by their passive, somewhat anesthetized subjects, skewed angles, or provocative colors, affix aspects of Beecroft's main theme.
The dumbbells feature a unique, revolutionary, patent-pending design using a no-bolt/no-weld system to affix the head to the handle.
Lab technicians, nurses, and office staff members can affix the self-adhesive MediTape Reports to patient charts for a reliable, permanent record.
In most cases, a signer can then affix a signature with the same medium.
Ann Arbor, MI, announced it has obtained approval to affix the CE Mark to the final components of the AastromReplicell Cell Production System CB-I Therapy Kit for the production of cord blood cells used in stem cell therapy.
To enter, the recipient must find these stickers and affix them to the entry form.