1. She develops a typology according to the different parts of speech, and her analyses reveal a marked preference for the verb metaphor.
2. Typology dominated archaeological thinking until the 1950s, and still plays an important role in the discipline.
3. Obviously this typology has immense implications for educational methods, for communication generally, and for choice of marriage partner.
4. While the typology sets up these principles, only a commentary can be faithful to them and maintain the text's plurality.
5. This is a useful typology for understanding the sense of abnormality which Easton's section police operate.
6. Typology is the study of the development of particular types of artefact over a period of time.
7. The author uses typology and various spatial analysis approaches in the thesis.
8. LI Hui (200 Relation between Typology and Phylogenesis of Ethnic Genetic System. Proceeding for the 7th National Symposium of Ethnology. Enshi, July, 200
9. This thesis proposes the distribution of example typology based on the systematic exemplification in English learner's dictionary.
10. The study of language typology aims at identifying features that are common to all or most of languages through cross-linguistic comparison.
11. Linguistic typology is a distinguished school in contemporary linguistics.
12. This paper puts forward the typology of hydrophyte and ornamental characteristic and discusses the problem of the arrangement of scenes with hydrophyte in terms of every different aspect.
13. The standards of criminal typology can be subcategorized into the formal standard and the entitative standard.
14. By studying Newmark's text typology, we may conclude tourism texts feature a combination of informative and vocative functions.