Pleuk grammar development system



grammar, tool
A shell for grammar development by Jo Calder , Kevin Humphreys kwh@cogsci.ed.ac.uk, Chris Brew Chris.Brew@edinburgh.ac.uk, and Mike Reape mreape@cs.tcd.ie. It handles various grammatical formalisms and requires SICStus Prolog version 2.1#6 or later.
Latest version: 1.0, as of 1993-06-18.
(ftp://ai.uga.edu/ai.natural.language/).
E-mail: .
(2000-07-22)

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  • Pleur-

    1. variant of before a vowel: pleurite. pleur- pref. Variant of pleuro-.

  • Pleura

    [ploo r-uh] /ˈplʊər ə/ noun, plural pleurae [ploo r-ee] /ˈplʊər i/ (Show IPA), for 1. 1. Anatomy, Zoology. a delicate serous membrane investing each lung in mammals and folded back as a lining of the corresponding side of the thorax. 2. plural of . [ploo r-on] /ˈplʊər ɒn/ noun, plural pleura [ploo r-uh] /ˈplʊər ə/ […]



  • Pleurae

    [ploo r-uh] /ˈplʊər ə/ noun, plural pleurae [ploo r-ee] /ˈplʊər i/ (Show IPA), for 1. 1. Anatomy, Zoology. a delicate serous membrane investing each lung in mammals and folded back as a lining of the corresponding side of the thorax. 2. plural of . /ˈplʊərə/ noun (pl) pleurae (ˈplʊəriː) 1. the thin transparent serous membrane […]

  • Pleural

    [ploo r-uh l] /ˈplʊər əl/ adjective 1. Anatomy. of or relating to the . 2. Entomology. of or relating to a pleuron. adj. 1835, from pleura + -al (1). Alternative pleuric is attested from 1825.



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