noncompound

noncompound

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmpaʊnd)
adj
not compound
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In Figure 1a, C is the set of all elementary (noncompound)
language, asked noncompound questions, took control over any
It is a measure of the level of free, noncompound (nonbonded) oxygen dissolved in the water column [44].
Are there noncompound words containing, say, 5, 6 or 7 syllables which have an LS-ratio greater than 4?
It has achieved a lift-to-drag ratio of 7 at 150 knots, twice as efficient as the best pure (noncompound) helicopters, and reached altitudes up to 10,000 feet.
And on the side of safety, such compounds make it that much more difficult to determine whether a workers' compensation claimant, for example, might have a prescription for a compound that contains an opioid from one doctor, and have a prescription for a noncompound opioid from yet another.
Green shows that the domain of coronal blocking and s-Fortition is the (recursive) phonological word, as these two processes are found in rightheaded as well as left-headed compounds, but not in other (noncompound) left-headed complex NPs.
Salmon prefers the label 'theory of direct reference' for the negative theory that proper names, demonstratives and other noncompound indexicals do not have descriptive semantic content, using 'Millianism' for the positive view that the semantic content of such a term is its referent.
In contrast, a + b is a noncompound, or simple, expression.
118) it seems unconvincing to me to list the 'noncompounds', that is, the noncompounded second element -bende of the compound lindhaebbende forming lines 245a and similarly -mendra of gudhfremmendra forming line 246a as metrically similar to the -gares of thegn Hrodhgares of lines 235a, with the middle syllable of the name reduced in stress, much as it is unconvincing in Sievers's system that middle syllable (-end-) of the 'noncompound' is equal in stress to that of compounds (including names).
In this article, it will be shown that the domain of CB and s-Fortition is the (recursive) prosodic word, as these two processes are found in right-headed as well as left-headed compounds, but not in other (noncompound) left-headed complex NPs.
In fact, the very notion of a demonstrative that is on the one hand noncompound and univocal, but on the other variable in character depending on the designata of "whispered asides," is straightforwardly inconsistent.