1. We chose a few of the commonest lexical items in the languages.
2. But one can not simply associate high lexical density with writing, and low lexical density with speaking.
3. Yet lexical access stands in the same relation to these levels as the acoustic front end stands to lexical access.
4. Representation of lexical information and lexical coverage.
5. It concentrates just on lexical access - there is no syntactic or semantic component - and its lexicon contains only 211 words.
6. Lexical access is not an autonomous process which a central processor can direct towards any part of the utterance.
7. Dialect, accent, lexical choice and grammatical structures are all interpreted by speakers and addressees as signifying status.
8. In each lexical domain, children appear to make the same assumption: newly acquired words contrast with those already known.
9. In this case, the relative weighting of lexical:syntax:semantics could be 4:2:
10. These lexical items act upon the grammar to constrain the temporariness sense since as lexical items they denote temporary activities.
11. Acceptable word candidates remaining after lexical look-up are stored for further analysis.
12. We wish to distinguish between lexical input systems, lexical output systems, and a semantic system.
13. I have time to discuss only one lexical myth: this is the signpost which points us in the direction of precision.
14. It is suspected that the issue of lexical acquisition will form the basis of further studies.