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  • Chomsky +‎ -an Chomskian Chomskyan ‎(comparative more Chomskyan, superlative most Chomskyan) Relating to the linguist and activist Noam Chomsky. (linguistics)
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  • witness an aesthetically pleasing example of the beautiful game. 2010, Noam Chomsky, The Iranian threat, Z Magazine, vol 23, number 7: To rephrase in less
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  • Chomskyite ‎(not comparable) Pertaining to Noam Chomsky. Chomskyite ‎(plural Chomskyites) A follower of Noam Chomsky.
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  • coalface to the bottom of the shaft. 1985, Thomas M. Paikeday, Noam Chomsky, The native speaker is dead!: an informal discussion of a linguistic
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  • thing that is hauled or lifted. hauler 1985, Thomas M. Paikeday, Noam Chomsky, The native speaker is dead!: an informal discussion of a linguistic
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  • Introduced by Noam Chomsky. E-language ‎(uncountable) (linguistics) external language: language as transmitted and shared in the world or community rather
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  • Orwell, the best-known socialist libertarian thinker of today is probably Noam Chomsky. (philosophy) A believer in thinking beings' freedom to choose their
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  • Introduced by Noam Chomsky. I-language ‎(uncountable) (linguistics) internal language: language as perceived and understood in the individual rather than
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  • case Wikipedia IPA(key): /keɪs/ Rhymes: -eɪs Capitalization by Noam Chomsky. Case ‎(plural Cases) (grammar) abstract feature of a noun phrase that
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  • (informal) A public-relations spokesperson. 2006, Edward Herman, Noam Chomsky, A Propaganda Model, in 2006 [2001], Meenakshi Gigi Durham, Douglas Kellner
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  • Chomsky +‎ -ist Chomskyist ‎(comparative more Chomskyist, superlative most Chomskyist) Pertaining to the theories of Noam Chomsky. Chomskyist ‎(plural
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  • (transitive) To constitute (a danger, a threat, a risk, etc.). 2010, Noam Chomsky, The Iranian threat, Z Magazine, vol 23, number 7: Rather, they are concerned
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  • another person or thing. Trailer Haulee 1985, Thomas M. Paikeday, Noam Chomsky, The native speaker is dead!: an informal discussion of a linguistic
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  • to some limited degree; apparently, but not actually, semantic. 1986, Noam Chomsky, Knowledge of language: its nature, origin, and use Consider, for example
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Chomsky Normal Form Wikipedia Named after Noam Chomsky (b. 1928), American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist
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  • structures that possess arguments and predicates but no tense 1981, Chomsky, Noam, Lectures on Government and Binding, Dordrecht: Foris, ISBN 90-70176-28-9:
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