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Slovak students’ comprehension of English figurative idioms containing body parts

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Composition hyperrings

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Pragmatism. Propositional Priority and the Organic Model of Propositional Individuation

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We identify two senses of ‘pragmatics’ and related terms that give rise to two different methods of propositional individuation. The first one is the contextualist approach that essentially acknowledges contextual information to take part in the determination of what is said by the utterance of a sentence. In this sense, Pragmatics relies on the Principle of Compositionality and interprets propositions as structured entities. It epitomises the Building-block Model of Propositional Individuation. The general approach that makes what the agents do the grounding level of philosophical and linguistic analysis characterizes the second sense, Pragmatism. It finds its clearest expression in Peirce’s Pragmatist Maxim, and it relies on (a particular interpretation of) the Fregean Principle of Context, and supports a view of propositions as unstructured entities. This is the Organic Model of Propositional Individuation. There is a test, the Analytic Equivalence Test, that tells apart the two models. According to it, the answer to the question whether a theory makes room for different but analytically equivalent propositions determines the model the theory belongs in. A positive answer classifies the theory as belonging to the building-block model; a negative answer allocates the theory within the organic model.

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A note on composition (m, n)-hyperrings

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Construction of composition (m, n, k)-hyperrings

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On Language Adequacy

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The meaning and development of the Hebrew scalar modifier kexol

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Essential oil composition of Teucrium scordium L.

volatiles of six Teucrium species from the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic islands, Phytochemistry 29 (1990) 1165-1169; DOI: 10.1016/ 0031-9422(90)85421-B. K. Javidnia and R. Miri, Composition of the essential oil of Teucrium orientale L. spp. Orientale from Iran, J. Essent. Oil Res. 15 (2003) 118-119. K. Morteza-Semnani, M. Akbarzadeh and B. Rostami, The essential oil composition of Teucrium chamaedrys L. from Iran, Flavour Fragr. J. 20 (2005) 544-546; DOI: 10.1002/ffj.1479. M

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Weighted composition operators from Nevanlinna type spaces to weighted Bloch type spaces

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Enhancing Conflict Resolution Mechanism for Automatic Model Composition

R eferences [1] J. Bézivin, S. Bouzitouna, M. D. Del Fabro, M. Gervais, F. Jouault, D. Kolovos, I. Kurtev, R. Paige, “A Canonical Scheme for Model Composition,” Proc. of ECMDA-FA , LNCS 4066, Springer-Verlag, 2006, pp. 346–360. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/11787044_26 [2] J. Bézivin, F. Jouault, D. Touzet, “An introduction to the ATLAS Model Management Architecture,” LINA, Nantes University, Feb. 2005. [3] B. Baudry, “An overview of approaches Oriented Models Aspects,” MOA days (Models oriented aspects), Toulouse, 2009. [4] N. E. Marzouki

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