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AcronymDefinition
INTInternational
INTInternal
INTInterest
IntIntroduction
INTInteger
INTInternet
INTInterface (Cisco networking)
IntIntended (virus scanners)
INTIntegration
INTIntelligence
INTInterior (screenwriting)
INTInterference (baseball)
INTInterim
INTInterrupt
INTInterception (football)
INTIntermittent
INTIntercept
INTInstitut National des Telecommunications
INTIntermission
INTInterned
INTInterrogative (used with TTY/CW)
INTInterjection
INTInterrogatory
INTIsaac Newton Telescope (part of the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes on La Palma)
INTI'll Never Tell
INTIntegral/Integrate (mathematics)
INTWinston-Salem, NC, USA - Smith Reynolds (Airport Code)
INTIntelligent Narrative Technologies
INTIntegrating Module of the National Energy Modeling System (US DoE, NEMS)
INTIntercomputer Link
INTIntermittent Needle Therapy
INTInstitut National du Tapis (French: National Carpet Institute)
INTIntegration Hardware Subsystem
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He shows cases of sluicing, stripping, gapping, and ellipsis of a verb phrase, a copular complement, or a noun, and observes that interrogative ellipsis does not occur in indirect questions in Sanskrit and that constituents of a compound can undergo ellipsis or become the antecedent of a pro-form.
Knox, however, does not discuss the interrogative aspect of either Socratic irony (even though questioning is routinely associated with it) or of medieval and Renaissance ironia.
In English, do and does are the dummy auxiliaries that stay to fulfil the structural need of the negative and interrogative sentences.
where pron is an interrogative pronoun followed by inf, an infinitive.
At times, Manchel's canny interrogative persona makes connections in the interviewee's memory where a less nimble interviewer would have hit a wall; in one touching instance, he encourages Brock Peters to recall being applauded by Gregory Peck and the rest of the cast and crew of To Kill a Mockingbird after takes of the tragic courtroom scenes.
In this study, the label 'comprehension check' (henceforth CC) is used to cover a variety of interrogative structures which lecturers employ to ensure successful communication, either by checking that students have understood concepts and ideas clearly or by making sure that the various macro-- and micro--phases of the communicative event are processed correctly.
Besides being appropriate cover text for our interview with Loyola University Chicago theology professor and department chairwoman Susan Ross, the interrogative title is also particularly fitting for the entire February education issue.
embassies all over the world as the report was expected to reveal a harsh side of the CIA's interrogative methods.
Cosnay's narration is likewise mobile, alternating from first person to third person, shifting focus and point of view, insistently interrogative in tone, rather than declarative.
In their joint letter, Cllrs Radford and Kemp wrote: "We do not know and have not agreed the name of an independent chair, we have been told by you that this cannot be an interrogative session.