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(PDF) On Names in South Asia: Iteration, (Im)propriety

CONTENTS * Veena Das and Jacob Copeman - Introduction. On Names in South Asia: Iteration, (Im)propriety and Dissimulation * Jonah Steinberg - Remaining Nameless: Names, Hiding, and Dislocation Among Delhi's Runaways * Vaibhav Saria - To Be Some Other

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[PDF] ACI 304 . 2 R-96 Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods

ACI 304 . 2 R-96 Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods Reported by ACI Committee 304. This report describes pumps for transporting and placing concrete. Rigid and flexible pipelines are discussed and couplings and other accessories described. Recommendations for proportioning pumpable concrete suggest optimum gradation of aggregates; outline water, cement, and admixture requirements; and …

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Defining a conceptual framework for the integration of

Aug 31, 2016 · Current bridge inspection practices are typically predicated upon manual paper-based data collection methods, which significantly limit the ability to transfer knowledge gained throughout the lifecycle of the asset, to benefit the assessment of the inspector or engineer. This study aims to overcome the limitations of current practices and proposes a conceptual framework to improve the

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Semantic Richness and Aging: The Effect of Number of

Feb 14, 2015 · The aim of this study was to examine whether the effect of semantic richness in visual word recognition (i.e., words with a rich semantic representation are faster to recognize than words with a poorer semantic representation), is changed with aging. Semantic richness was investigated by manipulating the number of features of words (NOF), i.e., the number of characteristics that describe …

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Traces of Meaning Itself: Encoding Distributional Word

For example, functional mapping of brain activation (using methods such as functional MRI [fMRI] or event-related potentials [ERPs] of the human electroencephalogram) has established that semantic features like the concreteness versus abstractness of a word reflect in distinguishable neural signatures elicited during lexical processing (e.g

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Noun Imageability Facilitates the Acquisition of Plurals

Jun 05, 2013 · Handbook of semantic word norms. New York: Erlbaum. Google Scholar Wilson, M. (1988). The MRC psycholinguistic database: Machine readable dictionary, version 2. Behavioural Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 20, 6–11. Article Google Scholar Download references

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Abstract Word Definition in Patients with Amnestic Mild

Aug 09, 2015 · The aims of this study were to investigate concrete and abstract word definition ability (1) between patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) and normal adults and (2) between the aMCI subtypes (i.e., amnestic single-domain MCI and amnestic multidomain MCI; asMCI and amMCI) and normal controls. The 68 patients with aMCI (29 asMCI and 39 amMCI) and 93 age- and education …

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Effect of Placing Self-Compacting Concrete Bottom up on

Concrete Materials and Practice | Semantic Scholar

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MATLAB code for the design of high strength concrete mix

Jan 01, 2021 · Method of placing of concrete: Pumping. h) Degree of supervision: Good. i) Aggregate type: Angular aggregate. j) Maximum cement content: 450 kg/m 3. k) Type of chemical admixture: Super plasticizer (Poly carboxylate ether based) 5.2. Properties of materials. a) Cement used: OPC 53 grade conforming to IS 12,269. b) Specific gravity of cement: 3

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Guide to Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods Guide to

Methods of Placing of Concrete for Various Situations

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Definition and History of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Jul 03, 2019 · The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis is the linguistic theory that the semantic structure of a language shapes or limits the ways in which a speaker forms conceptions of the world. It came about in 1929. The theory is named after the American anthropological linguist Edward Sapir (1884–1939) and his student Benjamin Whorf (1897–1941).

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[1610.08694] CogALex-V Shared Task: LexNET - Integrated

Oct 27, 2016 · We present a submission to the CogALex 2016 shared task on the corpus-based identification of semantic relations, using LexNET (Shwartz and Dagan, 2016), an integrated path-based and distributional method for semantic relation classification. The reported results in the shared task bring this submission to the third place on subtask 1 (word relatedness), and the first place on subtask …

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entity-fishing/restAPI.rst at master · kermitt2/entity

entity-fishing REST API. As RESTful web services, entity-fishing is defined by a certain number of stateless transformations of data made available to "consumers" via its interface. All these RESTful services are available through Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), allowing clients, such as web browser and server to interact in a flexible manner with cross-origin request.

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Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Search across a wide variety of disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions.

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ACI 304 . 2 R-96 Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods

This report describes pumps for transporting and placing concrete. Rigid and flexible pipelines are discussed and couplings and other accessories described. Recommendations for proportioning pumpable concrete suggest optimum gradation of aggregates; outline water, cement, and admixture requirements; and emphasize the need for evaluation of trial mixes for pumpability.

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Worldwide Concrete Pumps Industry to 2027 - Featuring

Sep 07, 2020 · The concrete pumps market was valued at $3,800.0 million in 2019, and is projected to reach $4,853.2 million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 4.0% from 2020 to 2027. A …

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Definition and History of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Jul 03, 2019 · The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis is the linguistic theory that the semantic structure of a language shapes or limits the ways in which a speaker forms conceptions of the world. It came about in 1929. The theory is named after the American anthropological linguist Edward Sapir (1884–1939) and his student Benjamin Whorf (1897–1941).

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Semantic memory: A review of methods, models, and current

Sep 03, 2020 · Adult semantic memory has been traditionally conceptualized as a relatively static memory system that consists of knowledge about the world, concepts, and symbols. Considerable work in the past few decades has challenged this static view of semantic memory, and instead proposed a more fluid and flexible system that is sensitive to context, task demands, and perceptual and …

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Examination of Behavior of Fresh Concrete Under Pressure

Mar 13, 2012 · Transporting fresh concrete constitutes a significant part of the production process. Transferring ready-mixed concrete on-site is done using concrete pumps. Recent developments in concrete technology, and in mineral and chemical additives, have resulted in new developments in pumping techniques and the use of different concrete mixtures and equipment. These developments …

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Improved Field Methods for Construction of Concrete

concrete is set. The second method uses stuffed feed sacks for the inner form. The feed sacks are stuffed with a granular material and stacked vertically. After the concrete is set, the granular material is removed and the feed sacks are readily separated from the concrete. Both methods of construction are described in detail.

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