These observations show that approaches that posit base-reduplicant/truncatum identity constraints miss the proper generalization regarding reduplicative
and truncatory patterning.
This approach suggests that the reduplicative
forms are frozen disjunctive forms that have acquired their syntactic features by a process of grammaticalization.
The words below represent possible morpheme combinations; both native and loan roots are given with suffixes, and roots are given with and without the reduplicative
prefix that marks number.
prefix receives secondary stress.
These disorders include Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Lewy body dementia, frontal temporal dementia, metachromatic leukodystrophy, Huntington's chorea, temporal lobe epilepsy, stroke, xenomelia, reduplicative
Additionally, literature describes "Capgras syndrome" - experiencing that acquaintances are replaced by similar persons, "Fragola syndrome" - experiencing that acquaintances are disguised as strangers and "reduplicative
paramnesia" when patients have the impression of duplicated place or location .
The swelling bean shaped objects on the surface of P[A.sub.6]-g-LCX-PAH fibers may be caused by reduplicative
crosslinking of PAH and LCX.
Unlike normal lung tissue repair, where fibroblast proliferation is self-limited, PF is characterized by uncontrolled proliferation and migration/invasion of the myofibroblasts and sustained accumulation of ECM. Distinct phenotypic alterations of the fibroblasts, combined with aberrant ECM production, contribute to the development of PF. Despite intensive studies, reduplicative
epithelial injury along with unremitting ECM deposition seems to involve partly in lung fibrogenesis; however, the precise molecular mechanisms that modulate these processes remain elusive.
They cover echo formations and expressions in South Asian languages: a probe into significant areal phenomena; reduplication in the Munda languages; bla(h), bla(h), bla(h): usage and meaning of a repetitive all-rounder reduplicative
constructions involving distortion: an overview of Greek data with emphasis on the echo-word construction; circumventing bisyllabic minimality; how to reduplicate monosyllabic verbs in (South-)East Africa Bantu languages; non-canonical behavior of reduplicated ideophones in Komi; and (non-)canonical reduplication.
Benson, "Capgras syndrome: a reduplicative
phenomenon," Neurology, vol.
After further screening of the remaining 24 studies, 16 were excluded due to lack of survival data, being unrelated to specific prognosis, or being reduplicative
Although there has been significant progress in aforementioned literatures, the problem of complexity (POC) is the main drawback of traditional adaptive back-stepping schemes caused by two reasons [4, 5]: the first one is the reduplicative
derivations of virtual controllers, and the other one is that there exist numerous NNs/FLS.