Abe Lockman

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We define anaphora more broadly than is usually done, i.e. to include not only pronoun, proadverb (e.g. here, there, then), proverb (e.g. do as in John goes to bed early; I do too.), definite, etc. reference, but also indefinite reference (as in 1 below),as well as reference by an entire sentence or subsentence to a previous sentence or subsen-tence (as in(More)
The brain was removed from cadavers using a modified technique involving additionally the removal of most of the squamous occipital bone and laminae of the upper cervical vertebrae. The resulting specimens were superior to the usual ones in that the medulla oblongata, the upper spinal cord, and all the cranial nerves and cerebral arteries were intact. Fears(More)
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