4(j) provides anaphoric
reference to the proposition that is recoverable from what is said in 3.
Fischer argues that an anaphoric
element introduces a "realization matrix" in the derivation, which gets transported up the tree in each step of a derivation.
In speaking of Humphrey and his fate in the election or of the fingers of his hand, that anaphoric
back-reference ties our suppositionally varied individual irremovably to the Hubert Humphrey we know and love.
Here, the relative clause 'who was carrying two bamboo vessels full of water' is a comment because the denotatum of 'woman' is already identified by prior context, and 'the' in front of the second occurrence of 'woman' is anaphoric
But by using the anaphoric
"it", as far as inferential role is concerned, it is as if the original demonstrative was there.
In poem VIII, three of the five stanzas (1, 3, 5) begin with the anaphoric
line "You were a plant among sky plants," and all five end "in the strange hermitage of this plateau.
Aristotle could have added the articles himself because of the preceding context (the so-called anaphoric
use of the article).
The 26 titles deal with a variety of topics, including the following: (1) individual differences in the use of comprehension strategies; (2) field dependence-independence and text comprehension; (3) automaticity of word identification and reading comprehension; (4) induced visual imagery and literal comprehension; (5) competencies and uses of reading; (6) anaphoric
resolution in text comprehension and memory; (7) the use of story concepts during reading; (8) mnemonic encoding strategies for recognition and recall of abstract prose information; (9) six theories on reading; and (10) the use of context clues to derive meanings of unfamiliar words.
bar]jagan the meaning of kim is not 'why' but that of a simple Fragewort; and u does not mean 'now' but is rather a cataphoric marker of the following iteratively anaphoric
Yet this order is destabilized by poetic devices that impede automatization and destabilize the anaphoric
process implicit in every instantiation of closed form--enjambment, prosaicism, rhymes between lexical couplets of opposing signs, and so on.
Inverse binding appears when an anaphoric
element embedded in the Nominative is bound from a c-commanding A-position.
When Marcus presents the disfigured Lavinia to his father, and her torment is fully disclosed to him, Shakespeare highlights the contrast between the declamatory lament of Marcus and Lucius (in anaphoric
parallel) and the unflinching simplicity of Titus's utterance.