An Outline of Middle English Grammar by Karl Brunner

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Replaced through a different symbolic description, intralinearised through formatting of another symbolic description, intralinearised through symbol insertion before and/or behind another symbolic description. More generally, these processes all involve a source element to be mapped from logical to graphical structure, a target element onto which this mapping is applied (identical to the source element in cases 2 and 3, different from it in cases 4 and 5), and an operation that is to be performed on the target element (inserting, replacing and/or formatting).

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The following abbreviations are used: PC = “Phoneme Chain”, PAUS = “Pause”, NPH = “Non-Phonological Segment”, SEG = “Segmentation”, PROS = “Prosodic annotation”, TYPE = “Utterance Type”, TRANS = “Utterance-based translation”, REP = “Repair sequence”. The terms these abbreviations stand for are all defined and discussed in the HIAT transcription convention (Rehbein et al. 2004). 4. Again, this is a schematic representation which does not cover the complete structure of the example. Here too, the missing information could be added by using the same means as the ones illustrated.

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