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Gib·e·on

 (gĭb′ē-ən)
An ancient village of Palestine near Jerusalem. In the Bible, its inhabitants were condemned by Joshua to serve as manual laborers for the Israelites.

Gib′e·o·nite′ n.

Gibeon

(ˈɡɪbɪən)
n
(Placename) an ancient town of Palestine: the excavated site thought to be its remains lies about 9 kilometres (6 miles) northwest of Jerusalem

Gib•e•on

(ˈgɪb i ən)

n.
a town in ancient Palestine, NW of Jerusalem. Josh. 9:3.
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Harel Givon, RADCOM's Chief Business Officer, said: As the first customer to deploy our MaveriQ solution in 2014, we are extremely excited by our continued and expanded partnership with Globe.
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1994), Givon (2001), De Haan (2001, 2005), Aikhenvald (2004), entre otros ([seccion] 5).
Nesta secao, nosso foco e a correspondencia entre as duas correntes teoricas que nos servem de base para o tratamento da gramatica aqui proposto, com enfase na gramaticalizacao--o vies funcionalista, de vertente norte-americana, na linha de Traugott (2008b), Bybee (2010), Givon (1979, 1995), entre outros, e o cognitivista, como proposto por Croft (2001), Goldberg (1995, 2006), Fillmore (1968), entre outros.
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The result is a set of sixteen approaches: Functional Discourse Grammar, Role and Reference Grammar, Systemic Functional Linguistics, the work of Talmy Givon, Interactional Linguistics, Word Grammar, The Columbia School, Cognitive Grammar, Sign-Based Construction Grammar, Cognitive Construction Grammar, Embodied Construction Grammar, Frame-Semantics Construction Grammar, Radical Construction Grammar, the collostructional approach, the Lexical Constructional Model, and the Parallel Architecture.
One of the children detained at Givon prison, Ahmad Nasser, 17, told Addameer that on October 5, while he was on his way home from school in Jerusalem, a dozen Israeli soldiers and police officers savagely beat him.
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Otro rasgo que ha llamado la atencion de los especialistas es la distancia referencial, considerada como fundamental en las teorias de la accesibilidad (Ariel, 2001; Givon, 1983, 1984) y estudiada como una variable en el procesamiento de la coherencia referencial (Clark y Sengul, 1979).
Asimismo, aludiremos de manera algo vaga mediante las etiquetas "benefactivo", "beneficiario", "destinatario" o "receptor" al participante que, de acuerdo tanto con Halliday (2004) como con Givon (2001), resulta beneficiado por el evento.
Antes, es necesario comentar que esta posicion no es, para nada, novedosa, pues solo para el espanol tanto Talmy Givon (7) como Carmen Silva-Corvalan (8) plantean que la duplicacion es una manifestacion de concordancia entre el verbo y el objeto, sea directo o indirecto, y ambos autores la asocian con la naturaleza topical del participante correspondiente.
Halliday and Talmy Givon, but points out that there is a diversity of functional descriptions, each with its own insight.