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typology

 [ti-pol´ah-je]
the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria, according to type.
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On the other hand, the historical tradition is locked into a taxonomy of style, isolated from other contemporary discourses about architectural theory, and irrelevant to the typological, spatial and constructional characteristics of late twentieth-century architecture.
Among the topics are typology and diachrony of partitive case markers, partitive noun phrases in the Estonian core argument system, dialectical variation in the definite articles and the partitive particle in Basque, the Russian partitive and verbal aspect, and the ancient Greek partitive genitive in typological perspective.
This volume collects 11 papers that vary widely across a range of speech and language disciplines and are only united by the rather broad theme of "between the regular and the particular." Some examples of specific topics include phonological length of number marking morphemes in the framework of typological markedness, resistance strategies during text comprehension and the gradual understanding of legal texts in the process of reading, influence on smoking on age estimation from voice, schwa deletion under varying prosodic conditions, velar and glottal activity in Icelandic, and the role of position in testing the acoustic-equivalence hypothesis of velar softening for aspirated stops.
This typological aspect, latent in all Deutsch's photographs, is made manifest by th e presentation strategy of his untitled smaller images, 1999-2000, which hung in the gallery's back room in floor-to-ceiling grids.
Nieto firmly denies the significance of these parallels, and continues to maintain the originality of Valdes's indigenous "typological" protestantism (68).
O'Donnell and Tuomey's pavilion village, a typological hybrid, is appropriately called the Golf Centre - its plan is focused, magnet-like, about the looping rounds of golf.
Their topics include typological evidence against universal effects of referential scales on case alignment, descriptive scales versus comparative scales, differential argument encoding by impoverishment, argument encoding in directions systems and specificity-driven agree, split marked-s case systems, and scales in real-time language comprehension.
They cover typological and theoretical aspects, diachronic studies, and case studies of cross-linguistic variation.
Similarly, the Bechers suppressed the individual characteristics of the objects or scenes they photographed in favor of what they called "typological systems" within which no one photograph--let alone the relationship between sign and referent--was more important than the in terrelationship between images in the series.
Smith makes an effective case for the typological significance of Becher as a would-be architect of the productive union between princely authority and economic development.
This development of typological hospitals led to the health-machine and to anonymous processing.
He covers SVO forever, prepositions as adpositions rather than V/P hybrids, prepositions as double trouble, adjectives as another neglected category that turns out to be two, the syntax and semantics of the sentence periphery, and Chinese from a typological point of view.