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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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Ivanov, however, with his dictionary--that crowns and sadly closes his life's work--has created a possibility for the Mari language to be lexically modern and to develop during the 21st century as well.
In the current study, we assume that words with higher McD values are also more lexically contextually distinct.
18: lu pa-musen-na is attested lexically in OB Lu A 462 (MSL 12
While texts in academic disciplines are generally lexically dense, they differ in the lexical and grammatical patternings that contribute to this density (Fang, 2012; Fang & Schleppegrell, 2008).
The forth variation challenges the player to form lexically correct words using letters which are arranged on the face of a clock.
The 16 papers explore such aspects of Slavic languages as the interplay of feature inheritance and information structure in Polish inverse copular sentences, a semantic analysis of Czech kind-denoting and group-denoting noun phrases, the rise of the indefinite article edin in Bulgarian, the syntax and semantics of directional axial expressions in Russian, trochaic lengthening in Neostokavian, the semantic compatibility of two Czech temporal adjuncts, and naturally-atomic singular noun-adjective construction kinds in Russian as lexically derived.
4) From the perspective of a translator, Weeds might be the better choice: more tonally dark, more lexically faithful, more concrete and even more felicitous, since it puns lightly on mourning garb in a way that suits Yecao's funereal obsession.
A representation of the gradient between predicative and adverbial in English '-ly' adverbs with indication of the main properties of subject and ob-ject adjuncts and subject-oriented and subject-related '-ly' words, based on Givon's (1993) representation of spaces between categories Form '-ly' suffix [+ or -] [+ or -] + Function Predicative + + + Adverbial - + - Meaning State/Quality + + + Circumstance - + - Double Lexically predication compatible with subject Lexically incompatible with predicator Form '-ly' suffix + + [+ or -] Function Predicative + + - Adverbial [+ or -] + + Meaning State/Quality + + - Circumstance + + + Lexically Lexically compatible compatible with subject with subject and Lexically predicator incompatible with predicator
There are basically three possibilities for the segmentation of a video: (1) using visual information, like shot boundaries, (2) using information from the audio channel; either prosodic information, like intonation, pauses and speaker turns or advanced segmentation techniques that find lexically (and semantically) coherent segments; or (3) using segments of fixed length.
T]he issues [are] lexically ordered: First consider abortion and then consider everything else.
Some scholars in our field write about the concept of embodiment, often in ways that make my head spin because they're so heavily theorized and rendered in lexically dense prose with lots of those left-branching structures that you painstakingly critique (and even decry).
The mixing product was sub-sampled to obtain the lexically ordered sub-sampled signal [x.