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syntaxis

(sin-tak'sis) [? + taxis, arrangement]
A junction between two bones. Synonym: articulation
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These structures in the Kashmir region are complex due to its proximity to the NW Himalayan syntaxis and the presence of salt and anhydrites in the syntaxial region.
Martin Flower from University of Illinois while giving his presentation on Plate Collision End-games: A Possible Role for Collision-Induced Mantle Extrusion said their current work focuses on ophiolites in the complex NW India-Asia syntaxis where a collage of accreted micro-continents is associated with a complex sequence of neo-Tethyan basin closure, in many cases post-dating those associated with the hard of India.
(16) See, for example, a heated debate that was provoked by Viktoriia Schweitzer's open letter to Anastasiia Tsvetaeva in 1982, in which Schweitzer, a recognized authority on Marina Tsvetaeva, accused Anastasiia Tsvetaeva of bending the truth about the last decades of her sister's life in her second book of memoirs (Schweitzer, "Otkrytoe pis' mo Anastasii Tsvetaevoi po povodu 2-go toma ee 'Vospominanii,'" Syntaxis 10 (Paris, 1982): 233-38.
Even so, it lost its place as the leading grammar textbook to the immensely successful Syntaxis by the sixteenth-century Jesuit Manuel Alvares, which remained in print until the late nineteenth century.
Ptolemy writes his famous work on astronomy, Syntaxis Mathematica.
Chapter 12 is titled "Illicit jumps--the logic of creation" and focuses on the interplay between syntaxis and semantics in language.
Aparecio en el numero 25 de la revista Syntaxis, dirigida por el poeta canario Andres Sanchez Robayna, en 1991.
(8-9) This filling in of causal conjunctions turns parataxis into syntaxis. This change is the translator's implicit response to his own implicit 'why?' question--a standard question of reading.
and Hebert, R., 1996, The lower crust of the Bay of Islands ophiolite, Canada: Petrology, mineralogy, and the importance of syntaxis in magmatic differentiation in ophiolites and at ocean ridges: Journal of Geophysical Research, v.
We would have gratefully acknowledged his guidance as we offered sources he had not found, for example, the first edition of Despauterius's Syntaxis (1509).
Por otro lado, en la definicion inicial podemos observar ciertas semejanzas con los tratados gramaticales latinos, en especial, como ya hemos referido, con los alvaresianos De institutione grammatica libri tres: "El termino griego 'syntaxis' equivale en latin a 'structura', 'constructio' y 'series', proviniendo del verbo griego 'syntaxo', ordeno.