Although for the others the party was a splendid success,
the couple there on the blind date was not enjoying the
festivities in the least. An acapnotic, he disliked her
smoking; and when he removed his hat, she, who preferred
"ageless" men, eyed his increasing phalacrosis and grimaced.
(1987), "Most Vocabulary is Learned from Context,"
in Margaret G. McKeown & Mary E. Curtis (eds.), The Nature of
Acquisition (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates): 89-105.
- Dligach, Dmitriy (2004),
"Using SNePS-Based CVA
Techniques to Determine the Meaning of the Nouns Acapnotic and
Phalacrosis from Context" [.doc]
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