But Green (2006) argues that the Celtic initial consonant mutations, including Irish lenition, are not phonological processes at all, but rather separate lexical entries selected by subcategorization
. Thus the input/ output relationship is not that shown in (19), where the different outputs are optimal in different environments, but rather that shown in (20), where the inputs are allomorphs related to each other through their semantics and their phonological similarity.
Once again, cross-language, English -- Polish analysis and cross-level considerations, textual -- given/new information, semantic subcategorization
of the object, and tense form, helped illuminate some difficult problems of a complex phenomenon of aspect in Polish.
The recommended terminology for HPV-associated squamous lesions of the LAT is low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) and high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL), which may be further classified by the applicable -IN subcategorization
approach to opacity and non-suppletive allomorphy in the Cupeno habilitative mood.
Rather, it recommends that there be one category of verbs, and that transitive verbs and intransitive verbs be simply results of subcategorization
which is context-dependent.
(20,156) The complexity of findings in sporadic GCK and incomplete understanding of contributing factors resulted in this questionable "etiologic" subcategorization
, including secondary GCK.
The special behavior of-i can be interpreted as prosodic subcategorization
for a (potential) prosodic word which is satisfied by bisyllabic adpositions as well as nouns and adverbs, but not by monosyllabic adpositions.
Turner et al (87) reported that pathologic subcategorization
of small-volume disease can vary significantly even among expert breast pathologists and high-level agreement can be achieved when pathologists are asked to apply a set of well-defined criteria.
Sense and structure: meaning as a determinant of verb subcategorization
Incorporation of the columnar cell in the designation of this lesion is misleading, and the value of a complex subcategorization
of columnar cell lesions as suggested by some investigators (16,17) is doubtful.
It is now well established that people are sensitive to fine-grained lexical frequency information, including argument-structure subcategorization
information (Trueswell et al.
Another possibility involves constraining the base indirectly by imposing a subcategorization
requirement on the reduplicant, as McCarthy and Prince (1993: 62) suggest for Axininca Campa.