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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «METATHESES» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «METATHESES»
Discover the use of metatheses in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to metatheses and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Annals of Theoretical Psychology
Therefore, we have named this abstract level the metalevel and the theses
constituting this part of the text are called metatheses. These theses may be
roughly classified into two main categories: metatheses containing the
Joseph R. Royce, Leendert P. Mos
The Signs of Language
slips provides evidence for independent coding of ASL major parameters. The
best evidence for such independent coding comes from completed metatheses,
because they reveal all of the building blocks of the intended signs (but
Edward S. Klima, 1979
Linguistic Structure and Change: An Explanation from ...
Adjacent switches and contact metatheses Adjacent-segment switches represent
an uncommon type of speech error. They mainly come in two varieties. When two
consonants are switched, one of them is almost invariably /s/. When a ...
Thomas Berg, 1998
ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
297 III. Selectivity in Olefin Metatheses of Unsymmetrically Substituted Ethylenes
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 299 A. Monosubstituted Ethylenes . . . . . . . . . . . 299 B.
Trisubstituted Ethylenes . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 IV. Metatheses Induced by Metal-
Arlene Courtney, Stone, Trevor, 1978
Jewish and Muslim Dialects of Moroccan Arabic
3.3.13 Metatheses and other shifts involving two liquids The common term lsan '
tongue' (CA \/lsn) has variant forms, none widespread. For M dialects (S255) I
recorded metathesized nsal in Atlantic Jd (l/3) and in Mr (l/4), and in Tg I have
Jeffrey Heath, 2013
The Structure of Creole Words: Segmental, Syllabic and ...
As indicated in table (1 1), we found 66 cases of metathesis (tautosyllabic and
cross-syllabic coda-onset metatheses). These metatheses could be interpreted
as a solution for the preservation of the liquid segment of the etymon that violates
Parth Bhatt, Ingo Plag, 2006
Phonology: Critical Concepts in Linguistics
They define perceptual metatheses as resulting 'when features extending across
a CV or VC domain, or perceived as extending across such a domain, are
reinterpreted as originating in non-historical positions' (l998: 6); it follows that
Charles W. Kreidler, 2001
The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, Fused Pyrimidines: ...
D. Other Metatheses It seems convenient to outline next several other
metatheses without trying to classify them into types. Similar metatheses in any
extranuclear positions will generally be ignored as being in no way peculiar to
the pteridine ...
D. J. Brown, 2009
Isocyanide Chemistry: Applications in Synthesis and Material ...
Ring-Closing. Metatheses. A straightforward entry into complex natural product-
like structures relies on the setting up of a ring-closing metathesis (RCM) after
IMCR condensation. This route has proved to be of particular efficacy in the
V. Nenajdenko, 2012
Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts: Innovations in ...
Metatheses. of. Alkenes. and. Alkynes,. and. Their. Synthetic. Applications. 8.2. 1
Historical Background and Mechanism of Alkene Metathesis It was known that
internal alkenes could not be polymerized by Ziegler-Natta catalysts. However, in
Jiro Tsuji, 2002
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «METATHESES»
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Hacking the Humanities
It flew through thousands of lines of verse like a drone over a wildlife habitat, snapping pictures of similes, allusions, and metatheses. «The New Yorker, Jul 15»
The billionaire shaking up the world of cancer
[Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong: We now have patients with pancreatic cancer that are free of metatheses for five years. How many people know of ... «CBS News, Dec 14»
Genting Plantation to gain from ERS tie-up
... of United States-based Elevance Renewable Sciences Inc – US$28.05mil (RM89.48mil) for a licence to its patented metatheses technology, ... «The Star Online, Jul 14»
Top 10 Metatheses: Orpah Winfrey
Bird used to be brid (that's not a misspelling, pictured, that's etymology), wasp used to be waps and dusk used to be dox. I could have had a ... «The Independent, May 14»
The top ten: Malapropisms
Coming soon: Metatheses (transposition of sounds in words; for example, bird used to be brid). Send your suggestions, and ideas for future Top ... «The Independent, May 14»
WRITING WRONGS: Words from Alice in Wonderland and our …
Instead of “a well-oiled bicycle” he was reported to have said “a well-boiled icicle” and other such metatheses. In the spirit of Alice and Humpty ... «Sierra Vista Herald, Oct 13»