Three aspects of his literary virtuosity are discernible in his forceful critique of Tyre: creative imagery and phrasing, use of unusual and even unique words
(hapax legomena) and further expansion of biblical vocabulary through neologisms (invented words).
Coword analysis was conducted by using (a) NodeXL, a social networking analysis plug-in for Microsoft Excel (Hansen, Shneiderman, & Smith, 2010) and (b) a custom parser of unique words
and unique word
First, we clean our dataset  which contained 1400 movie reviews (700 positive and 700 negative) and for each review separated all the unique words
By Lemma 3, there exists a unique word
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x,y]P(x, y)log [P(x, y)/P(x)P(y)] (the summation extends over all unique word
Following Zeno, Ivens, Millard, and Duvvuri (1995), it identifies a core set of 5,586 unique word
forms that establish the basis for further reading and vocabulary development: almost the same 2,000 high-frequency word families promoted in the L2 literature (Nation).
But whereas Ruscha created unique word
paintings that, in their commercial-signage slickness, look mass-produced, Smith does the opposite.
Text is represented as a matrix with each row standing for a unique word
and each column stands for a text passage.
The logic is: the unique God, the unique Word
incarnate who is the unique Mediator of the whole of humanity, the unique economy of salvation, and the unique body of Christ, the church, that is, the unique sacrament for the salvation all of humanity.
Just 23 per cent believe the Bible is the unique Word
of God and only 38 per cent think Jesus was the Son of God.
The WEST corpus has 49,964 unique word
variants, and Porter and KSTEM cluster them into 27,117 and 26,211 classes, respectively, with average class sizes 1.
16) The software's algorithmic procedure produced a descending frequency count of each unique word
, including its percentage of the total text.