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predicator

(ˈprɛdɪˌkeɪtə)
n
(Grammar) (in systemic grammar) the part of a sentence or clause containing the verbal group; one of the four or five major components into which clauses can be divided, the others being subject, object, adjunct, and (in some versions of the grammar) complement
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Noun1.predicator - an expression that predicates
grammatical construction, construction, expression - a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit; "I concluded from his awkward constructions that he was a foreigner"
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Knowing how the youth think and what they want are powerful predicators of change and factoring these desires into policymaking is key to a country's progress, a truth that is reflected in the fact that UAE has for the eighth consecutive year remained the No 1 country of choice to live and work in for Arab youth.
(1) Symptoms like tenderness seen in large joints whereas swelling occurs in small joints .Different predicators of Rheumatoid arthritis are represented in Fig2.
Although the Goodness-of-Fit Index indicated that SEM could be conducted, the small number of significant predicators and correlations might be attributed to the small sample size used in this study.
Self-Efficacy, Achievement Goals, and Metacognition as Predicators of Academic Motivation, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 191(1), 2068-2073
The main predicators of this study are associated with crucial variables which are in procedural of employee performance, organizational productivity, employee psychology and external environment that lead towards employee wellbeing.
Region-wide, governments must commit to improving the upstream predicators of poor maternal health--poverty, inequality, and access to quality healthcare--through policies that emphasize equal distribution of resources.
prevalence and predicators among pakistani infertile women.
These are clauses that are used after complement-taking predicators and after copula verbs (subject complements).
who pointed out the age over 45 years and female sex are predicators of hypotension during spinal anesthesia; however, these were not just patients with femoral fractures [9].
064, p> 0.05), weekly/monthly news magazines ([beta]=- .091, p> 0.05), and online/internet news ([beta]=-.008, p> 0.05) are not significant predicators of political comedy shows and consequently produce no influence on inclination in people to watch political comedy shows.
However, all children were enrolled in follow-up care at various ages; this could lead to misclassifications of indicator factors as causal predicators. Therefore, the results should be interpreted with all these limitations in consideration.
Team players and team managers: Special educators working with predicators to support inclusive classrooms.