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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «LEXICOLOGICALLY» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LEXICOLOGICALLY»
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Metaphor and Non-metaphor: The Semantics of Adjective-noun ...
... "lexicologically interesting polysemy" and "fortuitous homonymy" says: ... there
is no simple dichotomy between "lexicologically interesting cases of polysemy"
exhibiting similarity in meaning and cases of "fortuitous homonymy" exhibiting no
Jan M.G. Aarts, Joseph P. Calbert, 1979
Drug Abuse Handbook, Second Edition
R.H., Therapeutic and toxic concentrations of more than 100 lexicologically
significant drugs in blood, plasma, or serum: a tabulation [review], Clin. Chem.,
21, 44-62, 1975. 214. Stead, A.M. and Moffat, A.C., A collection of therapeutic,
toxic and ...
Steven B. Karch, MD, FFFLM, 2006
Course in General Linguistics
The distinction between the perfective and imperfective is expressed
grammatically in Russian sprosít′: sprásivat′ 'ask' and lexicologically in skazát
′: govorίt′ 'say.' Prepositions are usually assigned to grammar, but the
Ferdinand de Saussure, Perry Meisel, Haun Saussy, 2013
Speciality Chemicals: Innovations in Industrial Synthesis ...
lexicologically acceptable • easy handling • fast cure speeds • excellent gloss •
lower shrinkage on cure • better adhesion to substrates • reduced solvent levels
in spray coatings The materials have to be acceptable lexicologically. This also ...
B. Pearson, 1991
Approaches to High Throughput Toxicity Screening
4.9 Measuring lexicologically relevant genes with microarrays Regardless of how
toxicologically relevant genes are identified. the next step in the process is to
engineer a microarray that contains the genes of interest. DNA targets attached to
C. K. Atterwill, P. Goldfarb, W Purcell, 1999
Cellular and Molecular Toxicology
This type of strategy could theoretically be used to create a database of gene
expression profiles in lexicologically important tissues from genetically altered
mice. Once databases are sufficiently robust it may be possible for toxicologists to
John P. Vanden Heuvel, G. H. Perdew, William B. Mattes, 2002
Contaminated Soil '93: Fourth International KFK/TNO ...
Risk assessment of contaminated soil: proposals for adjusted, lexicologically
based Dutch C-values for metals and arsenic. DECHEMA-document: 2.
Expertengespriich "Gefahrdungspotentiale im Bodenschutz" "
Entscheidungshilfen zur ...
F. Arendt, Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Nederlandse Centrale Organisatie voor Toegepast-Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek, 1993
If the accelerant is absorbed, it must be characterized pharmacologically and
lexicologically as a new chemical entity. For an already approved accelerant that
is chemically and physically stable in the proposed system, Transdermal Delivery
Francis Nicholas Marzulli, Howard I. Maibach, 1991
Course in General Linguistics
In Russian the distinction between the perfective and imperfective is expressed
grammatically in the case of 'to ask' (sprosr't' vs. sprasivat'), but lexicologically in
the case of 'to say' (skazat' vs. govor'ft'). Prepositions are usually treated under ...
Ferdinand La Saussure, 2013
Handbook of Human Toxicology
Hakala, E. and Pyy, L., Selective determination of lexicologically important
arsenic species in urine by high- performance liquid chromatography- hydride
generation atomic absorption spectrometry, /. Anal. At. Spfc- trom.,7, 191-196,
Edward J. Massaro, 1997
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LEXICOLOGICALLY»
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The interview: Ian White, Corporate Travel International
... by means of a sub-glacial volcano whose lexicologically-challenging name appears designed to induce spell-check seizures the world over. «Buying Business Travel, Dec 14»
13 embarrassing political typos [Updated]
Palin jumped into the debate with a "lexicologically inventive" Twitter post, asking that "peaceful Muslims, pls refudiate" the "Ground Zero ... «The Week Magazine, May 12»
Sarah Palin's 'Ground Zero mosque' jab
In a series of what The Economist calls "lexicologically inventive" Twitter posts, Palin asked peace-seeking Muslims to "refudiate" the mosque ... «The Week Magazine, Jul 10»
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