TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DIACRITICALLY»
The term «diacritically» is normally little used and occupies the 146.725
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIACRITICALLY»
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Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe
In contemporary spoken Slovene most of these alternations are eliminated by a
rule that renders desinences extrametrical when following a non-diacritically
marked stem. These include stems with tones that are not diacritically marked as
Harry van der Hulst, 1999
Psychology and Nihilism: A Genealogical Critique of the ...
457); (2) specifies what is to count as the elements and structure of its domain, in
the sense, for example, that a research paradigm specifies what can count as a "
fact" in its domain; (3) contains only terms that are diacritically related, that is, ...
Digital Mantras: The Languages of Abstract and Virtual Worlds
It is a system of diacritically defined relationships between sounds that
distinguishes bed from bad, bid, bud, and bode; or bread from dead, fed, head,
led, and red. It is the opposition of a given sound to others that could replace it in
the same ...
Theory of Language: The Representational Function of Language
A first inspection shows that modulations of the Gestalt such as sentence melody
and sentence accent function diacritically and can transform a statement into a
question or a command. Consequently, our examination must be directed back to
The Morphology and Phonology of Exponence
... arbitrarily listed set of cases (a 'minor' rule for a diacritically marked class) e.
wholly unsystematic The extremes of this continuum are uncontroversial: (8a) is
the domain of phonology, (Se) is the domain of the lexicon and so of allomorphy.
The Idea of Writing: Writing Across Borders
The fijirst two rows of a block displays the consonants and semi-vowels (
proposed and traditional); the third and fourth row shows the vowels (id.) (from
Kim Chŏng-su 1982: 17). Glides are represented by separate letters diacritically
Alex de Voogt, Joachim Friedrich Quack, 2011
Morphological Sources of Phonological Length
By associating an empty unit diacritically with a morpheme's representation, and
then appealing to subsequent auto-segmental spreading, such an approach can
account for the behavior of geminating morphemes in Western Shoshoni.
1001 Questions and Answers on Orthography and Reading:
42. Cognac. 43. Restaurant. 44. Homicide. 45. Patricide. 46. Fratricide. 47.
Regicide. 48. Suicide. 49. Matricide. 50. Infanticide. WORDS. TOBEMARKED.
DIACRITICALLY. 199. Chyle. 200. Fascinate. 201. Secrecy. 202. Vacillate. 203.
Benjamin Adams Hathaway, 2013
A Gāndhārī Version of the Rhinoceros Sūtra: British Library ...
The diacritically marked form of s is used to represent the Gandharl equivalent of
Skt. sn (seha = sneha-), an orthographic device that has been noted in other
KharosthI documents, though only rarely (see Allon and Salomon forthcoming).
Patristic Selections in the "Masoretic" Handbooks of the ...
huge task of sifting through and evaluating the multiple thousands of diacritically
pointed and vocalized word selections and marginal notations in the biblical
portions of these smahe MSS. It is helpful to recall that the Abbe Martin was
Jonathan Andrew Loopstra, 2009
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DIACRITICALLY»
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The Thematics of Spring Break
Derulo was always more diacritically adventurous than musically: for all the bright bodies of his videos and antic effects of his songs, his ... «CounterPunch, Mar 15»
Embarrassing stunts reflect poorly on University
Your diacritically-inept spelling of 'naïve' reflects a blighted and retarded grasp of our Language; and even if your idiotic ramblings had hinted ... «Student Life, Sep 13»
'You're Not Special'
Mark diacritically and divide into syllables the following, and name the sign that indicates the sound: Card, ball, mercy, sir, odd, cell, rise, blood, ... «Inside Higher Ed, Jun 12»
George Kuchar's Otherworldly Humanity
But make no mistake: his editing is as diacritically perspicacious as any sound/image juxtaposition in Godard (even if his ingratiating style ... «Brooklyn Rail, Dec 11»
'Outcast,' 'I'jaam' offer outsiders' looks at Iraq in the '80s
This person also footnotes the author's adolescent slurs against the regime ("revulsion" for revolution, "diacritically elected") with Saddamist ... «San Francisco Chronicle, Sep 07»