subact

subact

(sʌbˈækt)
vb (tr)
obsolete to subdue
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However, during the abduction, Brown was shot in the arm while struggling, a violent subact by Lake that appeared to have elements of both reactive and instrumental violence.
Each type of unit, from Move down to Subact, may be further specified grammatically by means of operators and/or lexically by means of modifiers.
It may be allocated to an ascriptive or referential Subact, a combination of Subacts, or the whole Communicated Content.
In some languages, a Subact may be marked with the pragmatic function Topic, signaling how the Communicated Content relates to information which is being built up in the contextual component.
where f represents a Property, x an Individual, [PHI] a semantic function, T an ascriptive Subact and R a referential Subact.
2) A right S-act A is U - (P) if and only if for every a [member of] A there exists a subact B of A such that a [member of] B and B satisfies Condition (P).
i] | i [member of] I } of subacts of A such that A = [[union].
i] | i [member of] I} is a family of subacts of a right S-act A such that for every i [member of] I, [B.
This approach can also handle interpersonal (and evaluative) adjectives, which do not restrict the SENSE of a lexeme but rather modify in various ways TUE SUBACT of referring, by expressing the evaluation by the speaker toward the referent.
Thus the distinction that FDG wishes to capture derives from a subact of ascription at the IL and not at the RL--that is, it is not the case that predicating JUST SO HAPPENS to co-occur with the intensional reading, rather it causes it.
Similarly, the subact of referring OBJECTIFIES entities, regardless of their denotation, allowing us to refer to meetings, ideas, abstract mathematical numbers, and so forth, in objectlike ways.
It is possible in subacts to establish the representative limits to the amount of research, following the objective of the research, the object and predicted geotechnical engineering conditions, and to make suggestions for the use of suitable standard documents.