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predicator

(ˈprɛdɪˌkeɪtə)
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(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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Emotional intelligence is suitable processing if data which has emotional load and are necessary for solving problems and energy concentration on behaviors and emotional intelligence is important predicators for success in personal, family relation.
The Promise of Positive Education " reveals evidence that character strengths such as grit, perseverance, and resilience have actually proven to be stronger predicators of success than IQ or the type of home someone grows up in.
In this case, subject-relatedness does not justify classification of the '-ly' word as a different word-class, because subject-relatedness depends on the predicators the '-ly' word may combine with.
Belimumab in the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus: high disease activity predicators of response.
However, it notes, it is given "secondary consideration" behind predicators of academic ability.
Job task and organizational predicators of social worker Job satisfaction change: A panel study Administration in Social Work, 18 (1), 21-39.
Several of these predicators are highly amenable to proper screening and treatment,' note the researchers.
Old-fashioned ideas of national interest, but also postcolonial solidarities, seem much better predicators for the foreign policy rationale of the new democratic powers.
Covin et al reviewed the records of 3,034 patients undergoing elective CABG to determine which combination of preoperative demographic, clinical, and laboratory factors are the best predicators of blood component usage.
Predicators of grief following the death of one's child: The contribution of finding meaning.
lt;span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>However, they have recently been poor predicators of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) jobs data.
Predicators of Career Indecision in Three Racial/Ethnic Groups of College Women.