Appraisal The Direct Object as evil and thus deserving
In Dressler's (2000: 8) view, only by addressing less typical processes are we able to capture "the prototypical
cores of morphological grammar"; therefore, investigations pertaining to less typical processes "should be elevated to the rank of a systematic study of basic questions which are likely to illuminate research in morphology at large."
Apart from a few exceptions (figure 6), children drew only the common prototypical
shapes such as rectangle, triangle (see figure 7).
Based on the assumption that a prototypical
practice achieved target complication rates, the authors projected a net gain of "close to U.S.$20,000" for this practice if the Prometheus payment system were employed.
Grammer had a rough breakup with her former co-stars, becoming the prototypical
villain on the show last season.
signed a long-term ground lease to build their prototypical
1,800 s/f Facility at the former Menlo Park Car Wash, 238 Lafayette Avenue and Route 1 in Edison, New Jersey.
Divided into short, humorous vignettes about Rand, a fictional prototypical
geek, this volume describes the hunt for a new job, the interview, day to day work, quitting and moving on and a host of other situations, characters and tribulations in the working life of a tech professional.
The design team was charged by the BloodCenter of Wisconsin to develop a prototypical
collection facility that would support its mission of increasing the retention rate for existing donors (the majority of collected blood) and to further develop a solid donor base.
Less a definition of narrative than a meditation on what prototypical
narrative is, Herman's book is organized according to the principal or "basic" elements he sees as essential to the participants who engage in storytelling in various situations and media.
Bay is the prototypical
slugger, putting up a good, though no longer great batting average, and excellent on base and power numbers.
So the stars in this prototypical
star-forming region must be about 20% less luminous, and therefore somewhat older and less massive, than widely assumed.
The most prototypical
member of a category is the one displaying the largest number of criterial features.