At the lexical level MWEs
may be subject to 'univerbation', thereby giving rise to new words.
There are two basic approaches to identifying MWEs
in corpora: the symbolic approach, which relies on describing MWEs
through patterns on various grammatical levels, and the statistical approach, which relies on co-occurrence statistics [Sag et al., 2001].
For the experiments with MWES
, the C57BL/6 mouse is placed into a special designed cylindrical cage.
(53.) Compare Strauss's account with Weber's argument about the conflict between science and religion: being unable to answer with certainty the question of its own ultimate presupposition and being compelled in the name of intellectual integrity to regard the possession of rational culture as the highest good, the intellect not only shoulders the burden of ethical guilt, but also, and more decisively, is marked with "senselessness--if this cultural value is to be judged in terms of its own standard" (MWES
The Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board-Region 1 (RTWPB-Region 1) issued Wage Order (WO) RB1-20 granting MWEs
in the region a wage hike ranging from P17 to P30.
The high court specifically nullified Sections 1 and 3 of RR No.10-2008 insofar as they disqualify MWEs
who earn purely compensation income from the privilege of the MWE
exemption in case they receive bonuses and other compensation-related benefits exceeding the statutory ceiling of P30,000.
* to manifest how corpus tools can be used to pin down different types of variants of MWEs
The peculiarity of multiword expressions (MWEs
) has long been acknowledged in natural language processing (NLP).
Ar eu hymweliad e Phorthmadog fe fydd Iolo a Shen yn cwrdd e gwraig sy'n gwneud tedi bers ac yn ymweld e bragdy cwrw yng nghanol y dref, Mwes
Power and Associates, a global marketing information company, has recognised Kia Motors America's consumer Web site, www.kia.com, with highest ranking in its 2008 Manufacturer Web Site Evaluation StudySM - Wave 2 (MWES