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grammatic

(ɡrəˈmætɪk)
adj
(Grammar) of or relating to grammar
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Adj.1.grammatic - of or pertaining to grammar; "the grammatic structure of a sentence"; "grammatical rules"; "grammatical gender"
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Saleh Ghazal's new GM remit will see him become responsible for pro- grammatic and performance.
The method which he used to describe his grammar used auxiliary symbols, in which affixes were created to label syntactic categories and the control of grammatic derivations.
What purist magazines beseech, / A novel breed of belles may heed it, / And bend us (for my life of sin) / To strict grammatic discipline, / Prescribing meter, too, where needed; / But I--what is all this to me?
When one considers linguistic disorders resulting from cerebellar lesions, there is a spectrum ranging from dysarthria and speech apraxia due to diminished motor coordination to impaired verbal fluency, problems in grammatic production, and, rarely, an aphasia syndrome triggered by a cerebellar pathology; the latter is much more complex and is closely associated with cognition (3).
Rochdale: Gabrielle Aguiar, Michelle Aldonis, Marlise Grammatic, Julia Letourneau
Agglutination is a process in linguistic morphology derivation in which complex words are formed by stringing together morphemes, each of which has a single grammatic or semantic meaning.
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Those on autolexical grammar cover the interface between morphology and other grammatic levels, the syntax-semantics interface, and autolexical grammar in interdisciplinary research.
Ja es wurde jederman denselben verlachen, wann er pratendiren wolte, Franckreich solte von Deutschen franzoisch reden lernen, etwa weil es so und so in seiner grammatic stunde.
Thus, the Skinnerian analysis is more complete than the fragmented linguistic analysis of phonologic, semantic, grammatic, morphologic, and literacy skills.
My Paris, my last published novel, is written mostly in present participles; the erasure of active verbs almost cruelly reduces the subject, rendered small and porous by grammatic incision, the better to absorb the maximum of the moment, shot through with multiple shards of urban sounds and tropes.
22) This Yiddishizing adaptation of the name Jolson has a ring of Yiddish plausibility to it: it echoes the grammatic construct and sounds of the adjectives farkhalesht, farhungert, farklempt.