- to express
can also be used appositively
: In English: "Appositive
oblique", a prepositional phrase
with of as in: the month...
- noun adjunct, attributive
noun, noun (pre)modifier, or apposite
noun is an optional
noun that modifies another
noun; it is a noun functioning...
- a colon after
an independent clause
to direct attention
to a list, an appositive
or a quotation, and it can be used between independent clauses
- in the music. This is a place where
and the music
aren't as apposite
as they might
word is "next", and yet the accented...
- good dancer. The phrase
singer, set off by commas, is both an appositive
and a parenthesis. A dog (not a cat) is an animal
that barks. The phrase...
- Adverb Anaphora Answer ellipsis Antecedent
Antecedent-contained deletion Appositive Argument Article Aspect Attributive adjective
pageable. It maintains information about
each page frame
of RAM in apposite
(of type struct
page) that are po****ted immediately
- (see also: Predicative
complement); or (c) as an appositive adjective within
a noun phrase, e.g. "My kids, [who are] happy
to go cruising...
- listening, develop
a new kind of taste", and their loyalty
so was apposite
to the norm that pop culture should adhere
to "a familiar, frictionless...
- writer's mother because
it uses punctuation identical
to that used for an appositive
it unclear whether
this is a list of three entities