autonymous

autonymous

(ɔːˈtɒnɪməs)
adj
(of a word or words) appearing in its own form or directly quoted
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For centuries, Seistan had been an autonymous region whose people shared ethnic and cultural links with their larger, southern neighbour, Baluchistan, and recognised its khan as their suzerain.
Malacocarpicae and Acanthocarpicae to the autonymous S.
The life story script, far from being autonymous, is highly dependent on wider social scripts.
Under such a view, the modified is a "subject" of the modifier's head, receives a theta role from it via autonymous theta marking (see Higginbotham 1985: 564), and gets saturated.
That modifiers NEVER remain unsaturated after matching with their modifieds follows from the fact that their E(vent) or R(eferential) argument is discharged along with their highest thematic one, the former by theta identification, the latter by autonymous theta marking (see Higginbotham 1985: 562-564).
Another distinctive feature of my account is that it explicitly treats customary reference as a species of ostension on a par with autonymous reference.
Born in the Ukraine, Kazakevich lived during the 1930s in the Jewish autonymous province of Birobidzhan and wrote his early works in Yiddish.