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Noun1.anaphor - a word (such as a pronoun) used to avoid repetition; the referent of an anaphor is determined by its antecedent
word - a unit of language that native speakers can identify; "words are the blocks from which sentences are made"; "he hardly said ten words all morning"
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Part-whole associative anaphors are considered among the ones that would pick as a marker the "weak" definite article, shall the language present a distinction between two definiteness markers (see fn.
2000 "Pragmatic binding: demonstratives as anaphors in Dutch".
The contribution of knowledge about anaphors, organisational signals and refutations to reading comprehension", en Journal of Research in Reading, 38 (4), 405-427.
C-command is the fundamental relation in phrase structure with relation to hierarchy, enough proof of this should be Binding Theory and its extensions (the ECP, for example, considering traces are categorized as either anaphors, pronouns or R-expressions).
Eight of the papers are in English, and consider such topics as subject dislocations in contemporary Italian and in a contrastive perspective with French, lexicon versus usage in the framing of motion events in Danish and Spanish, an intercultural rhetoric perspective on linguistic structures, and associative anaphors in Italian and Danish European Union proceedings.
This intuitive idea has been systematically developed in the by now well-known theory of presuppositions as anaphors, put forth by Van der Sandt (1992) and generally adopted in dynamic semantics (cf.
12) Amplification involves the use of repetitions, anaphors, epiphoras and accumulations.
This belief, moreover, is obtained inferentially, using as a premise the L-belief that anaphors must be bound in their local domain.
finiteness: syntactic opacity (anaphors in dependent finite clauses cannot be bound by antecedents in the main clause, but anaphors in dependent nonfinite clauses can be bound by main clause antecedents)
In linguistics, anaphora defines an instance of an expression that refers to another expression; pronouns are often regarded as anaphors.
Abstract: The Eucharistic prayers or anaphors of the time called De Cotidiano, of the current Missale Hispano-Mozarabicum are a special source to know the eucharist theology of the Spaniard-mozarabic rite.