noncompound

noncompound

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmpaʊnd)
adj
not compound
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Are there noncompound words containing, say, 5, 6 or 7 syllables which have an LS-ratio greater than 4?
And on the side of safety, such compounds make it that much more difficult to determine whether a workers' compensation claimant, for example, might have a prescription for a compound that contains an opioid from one doctor, and have a prescription for a noncompound opioid from yet another.
Salmon prefers the label 'theory of direct reference' for the negative theory that proper names, demonstratives and other noncompound indexicals do not have descriptive semantic content, using 'Millianism' for the positive view that the semantic content of such a term is its referent.
In contrast, a + b is a noncompound, or simple, expression.
Despite the surface similarities between the left-headed compounds in (8) and the noncompound head + modifier NPs in (10), there are differences between them.
In other leniting environments, crucially including noncompound complex NPs, CB is not found; thus lenition is not blocked but applies regularly.
Thus, the fact that left-headed compounds like tonn tuile 'tidal wave' are subject to CB, while noncompound head + modifier NPs like foireann Dhoire 'the Derry team' are not, is evidence that the two have different prosodic structures.
In environments where CB does not apply, such as noncompound complex NPs (cf.
In fact, the very notion of a demonstrative that is on the one hand noncompound and univocal, but on the other variable in character depending on the designata of "whispered asides," is straightforwardly inconsistent.
There might be a problem concerning the status of E in noncompound tenses.
We have found two isolated examples of noncompounds in which an intrusive nasal surfaces:
For instance, Leben (1996) found that Hausa treats English compound nouns phonologically as noncompounds.