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Adj.1.scopal - of or relating to scope; "scopal dependency"
logic - the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
grammar - the branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology (and sometimes also deals with semantics)
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femoralis in its small body size and meta-tibia with scopal setae whitish, but in that Peruvian species the apical margins of T1-T4 are brown, F1 is about as long as F2, and the mesoscutum and mesoscutellum are shiny, weakly imbricate between punctures (Fig.
Trabelsi also reported that the meeting was filmed by a Tunisian team on behalf of the British information platform "SCOPAL", to be distributed to British channels broadcast in Arabic.
The question operator is located in a structurally high position in the clause so as to ensure the right scopal properties.
The head of the stylopized female from Mason County is normal but it also has reduced metasomal tergal fascia and reduced scopal hairs on the hind tibia and basitarsi.
Indeed, in these theories, the design of the model is based on the conception of linguistic structure as multilayered in terms of a distinction between higher (/interpersonal) and lower (/representational) domains of structuring (which are in a hierarchical or scopal relation, as in F(D)G and RRG, or, which are seen more generally as parallel tiers of "multifunctional" structure, as in SFG) and/or in terms of different levels of encoding.
Examples (i) and (ii) allow for two scopal relations between the quantifiers: one > every and every > one.
Bias statements are scopal, so the one on line 2 applies throughout the test, while the ones on lines 3 and 7 apply only to the instructions on those lines.
These strategies are likely to limit uncertainty within temporal or scopal bounds: "state values that will be used to guide the upcoming changes," "state procedures by which the upcoming changes will be decided," "set time-line for official message which will contain full information," "explain how upcoming change decisions will be made," "specifically attempt to increase trust," "encourage potentially affected parties to prepare for the worst," "establish committees to explore options for people affected by upcoming change," and "establis h a rumor hotline." [17] These measures seem oriented toward aiding potentially affected parties in effectively planning for likely eventualities.