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Science - Linguistics / Nouns - morpheme
|Portuguese term or phrase: não proximidade do referente|
|XXX morfema que codifica a ‘não proximidade do referente’ com relação aos participantes da fala. |
Morpheme XX codifies the ‘non proximity of the referent’ with relation to the speakers.
This morpheme is abbreviated as [N.PROX] and I've left it so - unless someone has a better idea?
|non(-)proximity of the referent|
I like your solution. The term is used in logic, philosophy, and linguistics.
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**spatial proximity/nonproximity distinction** should be extended to account for ..... (1985), the semantic categories of new and given mean that information is ...
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lack of proximity of the referent
1. proximity, nearness, contiguity, contiguousness;
History, Biography, and Narrative in Don DeLillo's "Libra ...... of language itself, a purely linguistic entity not anchored to a fixed referent. ... and the referent is marked by an absence, a lack of proximity, ...
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Zimbabwe: Definition and Much More from Answers.comThus, a linguistic analysis of the word "Zimbabwe" clearly indicates that the ... The lack of proximity of the Zezuru-speaking Shona people to the Great ...
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JSTOR: History, Biography, and Narrative in Don DeLillo's LibraIt is therefore at the very moment of writing that Oswald's linguistic alienation is at ..... and the referent is marked by an absence, a lack of proximity, ...
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