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Without consideration of intonation units, their function and structure, we cannot explain the abiding effects of free verse, such as how changing only the lineation or the spacing of a linguistic string affects both the poem's prosody and its meaning in ways that are fundamentally tied to the phonology of a language and so are "hard-wired" so to speak in speakers or readers.
Gaizauskas and Wilks (1998) reported that templates were used to extract data from natural language texts against which "fact retrieval" could be carried out in the Linguistic String Project at New York University that began in the mid-1960s and continued into the 1980s (reported by Sager, 1981).
Blumenthal-Drame examines the relationship between frequency in natural language use and the entrenchment of complex linguistic strings in the minds of language users.