Focusing on the target word's and orthographical
or phonological form phonological to facilitate recall.
The alternative approach, according to which no such orthographical
revision took place, is to interpret the universal--though by no means uniform--use of plene spelling in the Hebrew Bible as evidence of the post-exilic origin of the entire corpus.
A few variants of this word due to orthographical
and typographical mistakes are listed below, some of which are particularly more likely to occur if the respondent is not a native English speaker:
BuscaPalabras: A program for deriving orthographical
and phonological neighborhood statistics and other psycholinguistic indices in Spanish.
Although the degree distribution was attributed to the organization of the knowledge of the form of the words (phonological, orthographical
or, by and large, lexical organization), we found compatible results in this investigation about the knowledge of the meaning of the words (semantic organization).
The poem's orthographical
strangeness is just as much Mallarme as it is Coleridge: though its nonstandard spelling and phatic expressions convey the orality-effect of a deracinated dialect verse, this is a game played with the written signifier.
Pallas uses the " according to the Russian orthographical
conventions of the time: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'name' [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'star' (reure), is 'year' (ue).
2) The Hebrew names "Esther," "Mordecai," "Haman," "Vasti" and "Ahasueros" have different orthographical
representations in English.
15) Though one probably should not overlay maps of the real world and Middle-earth in any scalable way, Tolkien's geography could be said to bear out additional connections: Pelargir is situated in the area of Gondor known as Lebennin, which could be a scarcely veiled orthographical
variant on Lebanon.
This time she insists on the orthographical
modifications and the associations that result:--Tu as l'air d'un 'Taka,' tu ten rends compte?
The basis for the selection of stems in EES are stems contained in the orthographical
dictionary of Estonian (OS 2006).
Kleemann's language, moreover, is described in terms of both orality and inscription: its consists, on the one hand, of orthographical
characteristics--double vowels and v's--and, on the other hand, of sounds gliding up and down a scale, which she "formt mit ihren / Lippen.