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lex·i·cal

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

(leks'i-kăl)
Denoting the vocabulary related to or describing speech or language.
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Arabic word Gharar lexically means an 'excessive risk', 'indeterminacy', 'speculation', or 'hazard'.
Compared to aggregating all relevant source inferences, lexically
The <-cor-> of "ancora" is of course a strong syllable when viewed lexically. But in Mozart's setting the final syllable is apocopated, and the syllable functions as a pick-up to the downbeat on "bru-." The stress of <-cor-> is subtly reflected by Mozart's melodic line, which rises to that syllable, perhaps to compensate for the weak rhythmic stress of the eighth note.
Throughout his life Ivanov was striving for a unified Mari literary standard, for a competitive Mari language that is lexically rich and avails of modern scientific terminology, at least in the fields of social sciences and humanities (see Iva nov 2005).
For example, NLP studies of L2 lexis have shown that more lexically proficient L2 learners produce less concrete words, less specific words, a greater variety of words, less frequent words, less familiar words, and words with more senses (Crossley & McNamara, 2013; Crossley, Salsbury, & McNamara, 2009; Crossley, Salsbury, & McNamara, 2013; Crossley, Salsbury, McNamara, & Jarvis, 2010; Crossley, Salsbury, McNamara, & Jarvis, 2011; Kyle & Crossley, 2015).
Certainly, parsing the meaning of a poem as cryptic, and lexically and syntactically convoluted, as this makes for a difficult experiment--and stable, coherent meanings are hard to come by.
haughty," is attested lexically and in only one literary
They allege that Mill failed to demonstrate that some pleasures are lexically preferred to others, and indeed that this can be shown false by the fact that most people would not renounce supposedly lower pleasures, such as chocolate or sex, even for greater amounts of higher pleasures, such as reading or opera.
Among their topics are the syllabic position of glides in Spanish: insights from the Pasiego vowel harmony, on onset clusters in Spanish: voiced onset underspecification and /f/, the challenge of lexically empty onsets in first language acquisition of Spanish and German, Spanish vocalic epenthesis: the phonetics of the mora, and the phonological weight of Spanish syllables.
The second variation has eliminate the set of given words from the input and lets the player look for any lexically correct word from a given language within a time limit.
Lexically, it means "to give something on rent." In Islamic jurisprudence, the term "Al-Ijarah" means "to employ the services of a person on wages given to him as a consideration for his hired services." The employer is called musta'jir and the employee is called ajir.