Of all the diversity denoted by a very popular word 'discourse', we choose the aspects relevant of our study: a) "the forms of discourse are as diverse as the forms of human life" (Kibrik 2009: 4); b) "every kind of discourse appears to be a special speech practice, a specific sublanguage
that creates its own picture of the world and attends to a certain functional area of the linguistic community" (Naumenko 2003: 122); c) "every discourse also has power because whenever language is used there is an effect in the context surrounding discourse" (Lirola & Rubio 2012: 60).
The Myth of Preferred Terms In Medical Sublanguage
And Its Impact on Natural Language Understanding Applications: An Empirical Study.
Derived from Basque, a sublanguage
of Spanish, the word 'Marazzo' means shark and is linked to the vehicle's shark-inspired design, according to the company.
Just as a stem cell, will differentiate to a liver cell if placed in the liver, so will syntax adopt the selectional restrictions normally associated with semantics if the domain is sufficiently restricted to create a "sublanguage
Charrow, Characteristics and Functions of Legal language, in SUBLANGUAGE
: STUDIES OF LANGUAGE IN RESTRICTED SEMANTIC DOMAINS 175, 175 (Richard Kittredge & John Lehrberger eds., 1982); Mario Jori, Legal Pragmatics, in PRAGMATICS AND LAW: PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES 33, 34 (Alessandro Capone & Francesca Poggi eds., 2016); Christopher Williams, Legal English and Plain English: An Introduction, in 1 ESP ACROSS CULTURES 111, 118 (2004).
The AADL annex sublanguage
is used to describe the above hardware error behavior, as shown in Figure 2.
Ramadge, "On the supremal controllable sublanguage
of a given language," SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, vol.
Numerous projects that focus on the ability to concurrently communicate in braille and print--MathGenie and Lambda systems, for example--incorporate innovations such as the MathML sublanguage
, MathType software, audio output, and speech recognition, and are in development around the world (Karshmer, Gupta, & Pontelli, 2009).
She is style in Barthes' sense of that which "represents this heteronomia included in writing", "a sublanguage
elaborated where flesh and external reality come together" (in Kristeva 111).
It is an interesting challenge for finite state syntactic description to specify a sublanguage
that contains all and only the sequences of valid length.
Linguistic atlases feature the spatial distribution of internal or sublanguage
characteristics such as pronunciation, vocabulary, and structural features.