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grammaire à adéquation descriptive
  grammaire de texte
  grammaire des constituants
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descriptively adequate grammar

[Subentry of grammar]

Fr    grammaire à adéquation descriptive

Related term(s): descriptive adequacy

Domain: Generative / Transformational Grammar

Source(s):

Chomsky 1965: 27
CHOMSKY, Noam. (1965) Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. Cambridge, MA : The MIT Press. (GG)


Chomsky 1986a: 53
CHOMSKY, Noam. (1986a) Knowledge of Language: Its Nature, Origin, and Use. New York : Praeger. (GB)


Colapietro 1993: 12
COLAPIETRO, Vincent M. (1993) Glossary of Semiotics. New York: Paragon House. (SN)


Dik 1978: 6
DIK, Simon C. (1978) Functional Grammar. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co. (FG)


Haegeman 1991: 6
HAEGEMAN, Liliane. (1991) Introduction to Government and Binding Theory. Oxford: Blackwell. (GB)


Hartmann & Stork 1972: 5
HARTMANN, R.R.K. & STORK, F.C. (1972) Dictionary of Language and Linguistics. London: Applied Science Publishers.


Matthews 1997: 204
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Palmatier 1972: 43
PALMATIER, Robert A. (1972) A Glossary for English Transformational Grammar. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. (GG)


Radford 1988: 28
RADFORD, Andrew. (1988) Transformational Grammar: A First Course. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  (GG)


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  derived meaning
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  describe
  description
  descriptive
  descriptive meaning
  descriptive use
descriptively adequate grammar
  descriptivism
  desemantization
  desiderative
  designate
  designator
  designatum
  destination

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