circumposition

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circumposition

(ˌsɜːkəmpəˈzɪʃən)
n
the act of circumposing
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He covers successive-cyclic movement; some properties of movement; the theory of cyclicity and phases; feature values and interpretation; the phase heads v, C, P, and the stranding generalization; and adposition stranding.
Thus, regarding lexical category, abutan 1 'on, about, around, on the outside, round about' may be considered an adposition and abutan 2 'about, nearly', an adverb.
Cross-linguistic correlations between size of syllables, number of cases, and adposition order.
4) If there is a predicative adpositional adjunct, then retrieve its logical structure from the lexicon, insert the logical structure of the core as the second argument in the logical structure and the object of the adposition as the first argument.
iv) Notice that not every adposition can necessarily be decomposed along these two dimensions.
If this is not the case and the derivative is a member of an invariable class such as the adposition and the conjunction, the morphological process in point is conversion.
In more detail, the Japanese modifying verb phrase contains a verbal with head MUKERU and auxiliary TA and an adpositional object with adposition NI:
Cases like (11a), where the remnant is a PP, are also predicted to be OK, since the R-feature is not copied from the correlate, but assigned locally by the adposition.
N} is a pronominal category, seen here as a kind of determiner, with secondary feature {past}, and {loc} is a secondary feature of the functor category, a category that may occur independently as an adposition.
For instance, abatan 1 'on, about, around'belongs to the lexical class of the adposition and abatan 2 'about, nearly', to the adverb.
This is shown by (1), which contains a nominative subject and a dative adposition.
For instance, abutan 1 'on, about, around, on the outside, round about' is an adposition and abutan 2 'about, nearly', an adverb; while beseon 1 'to see, look, look round', is a Class V strong verb, and beseon 2 'to suffuse' a Class I strong verb.