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CLClear (Morse Code abbreviation)
CLClass
CLChile (country code, top level domain)
CLChampions' League (Union of European Football Associations)
CLCAS (Column Address Strobe) Latency
CLClose(d)
CLClaim
CLColor
CLClearance
CLClassification
CLCloser (baseball pitcher)
CLClinic
CLContact Lens
CLCraig's List (online community)
CLCommon LISP
CLCluster
CLControl Language
CLCloth
CLClause
CLCircular Letter
CLLight Cruiser (Cruiser-Light)
CLChlorine
CLCeltic (linguistics)
CLCloset
CLComputational Linguistics
CLCommon Law
CLCentral Locking
CLConsumer Lab
CLClosed Loop
CLClarinet
CLCaprolactone
CLCommand Language
CLCreative Loafing (Charlotte, NC weekly publication)
CLCaltanissetta (Sicilia, Italy)
CLComponents List
CLColgate-Palmolive (stock symbol)
CLCooperative Learning
CLChinese Language
CLChain Link (Fence)
CLCheck List
CLCotton Lycra (fabric)
CLCopyleft (license)
CLComputer Lab
CLCatholic-Link
CLClarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS newspaper)
CLChemical Element
CLComparative Literature (various schools)
CLCenterline
CLControl Logic
CLCalifornian (rabbit breed)
CLCounty Library
CLCourtney Love (musician)
CLCivil Law
CLConfidence Level
CLConfidence Limit
CLCity of London
CLControlled Load
CLCode: Lyoko (cartoon)
CLCollaborator
CLCounty Line
CLCaps Lock
CLChicken Little
CLCharacter Limit
CLCurrent Liabilities
CLCorpus Luteum
CLConnectionless
CLChild Labour
CLCustomer Loyalty
CLCathodoluminescence
CLCredit Lyonnais (French Bank)
CLChange List (software development)
CLCystic Lymphangioma
CLCompatibility List
CLCorpus Linguistics (Conference)
CLComputing Laboratory
CLCode Lyoko (French TV cartoon)
CLCarload
CLCableLabs (Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.)
CLCurrent Limiting
CLCliff Lee (baseball player)
CLCentiliter
CLComunione e Liberazione (Italian: Communion and Liberation; Catholic movement founded in 1954)
CLCyber Law
CLCutaneous Leishmaniasis
CLCurrent Loop (electronics)
CLCandidate List
CLCounty Law
CLContacts List
CLContinuous Learning
CLCentral League (Japanese baseball)
CLControl Limit
CLChaos Legion (video game)
CLCompetent Leader (Toastmasters)
CLCurrent Limiter
CLChain Lightning (gaming)
CLCrew Leader
CLCable Link
CLCentral Luzon (Philippines)
CLContainer Load (shipping)
CLClear Liquids
CLClan Leader (gaming)
CLContract Labor
CLCustoms Law
CLCine Latino (Mexico)
CLCol Legno (string instrument technique)
CLChapter Leader
CLCrimson Land (game)
CLCathedral of Learning (University of Pittsburgh)
CLCombat Log (gaming)
CLCactus League (baseball)
CLClassified Loan (finance)
CLCompliance Level
CLChemical Laser
CLCourse Line
CLCarrier Landing
CLCommon Light
CLCourt Leave
CLChess Life (journal)
CLCoefficient of Lift
CLContinuous Load
CLControl Loading
CLCenter of Lift
CLCasual Leave (India)
CLConversion Loss
CLCombat Load
CLCentre for Limnology (Nieuwersluis, Utrecht, The Netherlands)
CLCoolant Loop
CLCopper Loss
CLCable Lug
CLChat Life
CLFraternity of Communion and Liberation
CLClient Logic (BPO Company)
CLCompensatory Leave
CLCatalunya Lliure
CLCoordination Level
CLCecile Licad (classical pianist)
CLCoordination Line
CLChronic Liar
CLConfigured Load
CLCapabilities Select
CLContract Linguist (US government)
CLCapture Latch
CLChivalry Legions (gaming clan, Runescape)
CLCued Language
CLContractor Leased
CLConfrontation Line
CLLift Co-Efficient (aircraft)
CLClobber Hand (gaming; Mega Man)
CLCertificate in Logistics
CLCombinator Logic
CLCaritas Lebanon (Catholic charity)
CLAir Post Semi-Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
CLCodeLeakers (gaming forum)
CLClosed Loop Control Logic
CLCity and County Library
CLCommonality List (NASA)
CLCompartmentalized Level
CLClanless Losers (Counter-Strike clan)
CLClay, Low Compressibility (LL < 50)
CLClear Job Indicator
CLCheerlead/Cheerleading/Cheerleader
CLClass Complexity/Size Due to Local Methods
CLControlled Iteration Last Pass
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Looking in turn at behavioral experiments beyond the questionnaire, and digital X-Phi: introducing digital and computational methods, they consider such topics as experimental philosophy and statistical learning, using functional magnetic resonance imaging in experimental philosophy: exploring the prospects, experimental economics for philosophers, using corpus linguistics to investigate mathematical explanation, and the history of philosophy in ones and zeros.
Mascott used a research technique called corpus linguistics in addition
The two-day interdisciplinary conference is expected to advance perspectives under the umbrella of its major theme on a variety of topics ranging from traditional morphosyntax to corpus linguistics and language of social media; and from language planning to applied linguistics and many other related disciplines, said Prof Dr Ayesha Sohail, chief organiser of the event, at a press briefing here on Tuesday.
In the study reported on in this paper, we employed corpus linguistics methods to understand and measure differences in students' output as distinct from published professional translations.
The term corpus stylistics, usually regarded as a near-synonym for stylometry, stylometrics, statistical stylistics, or stylogenetics, is closely related to statistics and corpus linguistics. Despite an increasing number of studies in the field, people still do not attain a clear line of demarcation between corpus linguistics and corpus stylistics.
Pawet Szudarski's research is based in the area of teaching English as a second/foreign language (TESOL) and corpus linguistics. More specifically, he focuses on the acquisition and use of vocabulary by second/foreign language learners.
You have done a lot for and in corpus linguistics. Looking at the state of the art in linguistics, one may come to the conclusion that everything is either corpus-based or corpus-driven.
In the spring of 2016, the Michigan Supreme Court became the first to use corpus linguistics in a majority opinion.
There was also presentations on the analysis of language, including the field known as corpus linguistics, that sees language broken down to provide data on areas such as word usage.
We propose to use quantitative analysis as the basis for building empirical models, which allows identifying the meanings and trends using corpus linguistics: firstly for the count of key words to define the unit of account institutional contexts, secondly for a qualitative analysis of the identified contexts (Rubtsova & Vasilieva, 2016).