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  • CREATE INDEX mydocs_body_ft_index ON mydocs USING gin(to_tsvector('english', body)); EXECUTE PROCEDURE tsvector_update_trigger(searchvector, 'pg_catalog.english', body);
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  • :: 95 of these are printable characters, covering English There was immediately a need for characters not in English and not in ASCII - accented letters in many other western languages, fancy
    88 KB (14,101 words) - 14:28, 8 January 2022
  • Day of week can be three-letter english names, or 0 for sun, 1 for mon, 2 for tue, 3 for wed, 4 for thu, 5 for fri,
    8 KB (1,189 words) - 18:49, 1 January 2022
  • ===English wikipedia=== In ~2007 the english dumps were ~5.5GB when compressed as [[7zip]] archives, and more than 81GB
    12 KB (1,848 words) - 00:27, 14 May 2020
  • ** or any other mark with meaning (e.g. a dot on an english i does not carry meaning and styles can omit it, while in Turkish İ a
    14 KB (2,203 words) - 19:31, 30 December 2021
  • ...downloads the static wikipediae for english. It doesn't follow the browsing link up to previous/other dumps, it only fe
    6 KB (971 words) - 13:46, 5 January 2022
  • ...grad schools" are a concept {{comment|(mostly the US, to some degree other English-speaking countries)}} usually split things like: ====English====
    3 KB (476 words) - 16:53, 16 July 2021
  • Lazure {{comment: (English; French: Lasure; Dutch: Lazuur)}} {{comment|(aside from referring to a type
    14 KB (2,442 words) - 15:10, 13 June 2020
  • * English: * English: waferboard, Sterling board, exterior board, SmartPly, (Parallel Strand Lum
    85 KB (13,519 words) - 12:58, 28 October 2021
  • ...is about mixed or mismatched languages, or specifically a problem with non-English, and which parts of these suggestions are superfluent. ...at isn't english and installing them (after setting the system language to English) seemed to work. (You should be able to see the language for software someh
    1 KB (208 words) - 16:11, 28 January 2011
  • '''Dunlop valve''' , a.k.a. English valve, Woods valve
    27 KB (4,176 words) - 09:27, 28 September 2020
  • For e.g. URLs or ASCII english including the occasional symbols it may sits somewhere around 1.2
    11 KB (1,652 words) - 12:28, 5 September 2021
  • The original metaphone implementation was written for English, but similar transforms have been written for some other languages. '''English:'''
    28 KB (4,103 words) - 14:10, 9 November 2021
  • * http://www.kirshenbaum.net/IPA/english.html A simple, english-only coding used for the [http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/cgi-bin/cmudict CMU
    16 KB (2,495 words) - 15:21, 1 December 2020
  • ===English=== The International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English is a collection of various previously-existing corpora
    38 KB (5,555 words) - 16:49, 7 January 2019
  • Examples include English contracted verbs as in "they''''ll'''" and "she''''s'''"{{verify}}
    594 B (82 words) - 14:47, 26 September 2015
  • or to the [[CELEX lexical databases of English]]
    95 B (17 words) - 16:04, 9 March 2011
  • As to the states, the values seen so far (for English; you probably want to specifically ask for a language to avoid possible def * <tt>EN</tt> for English
    14 KB (2,074 words) - 17:27, 19 October 2021
  • For example, English text in ASCII regularly only uses byte values within 10..126. You could sen
    20 KB (3,185 words) - 01:42, 16 July 2020
  • ** You're probably designing for English by now (a trainable model may be more practical) * unusual syntax, such as bad internet english, [[l33t]], computer code, and others
    42 KB (6,353 words) - 16:58, 8 July 2020
  • English: * English and Dutch:
    877 B (142 words) - 16:04, 3 December 2013
  • For example, you may find that in some English document
    2 KB (307 words) - 14:18, 23 July 2021
  • POS tagger for English http://www.english.bham.ac.uk/staff/omason/software/qtag.html
    6 KB (806 words) - 23:58, 15 July 2020
  • * 'ch' in English, such as in 'school.' (It is not an [[allophone]] of any reduced form or an In English, there is no particular difference between, for example, encyclop√¶dia, enc
    4 KB (568 words) - 18:58, 13 March 2020
  • ...ple, the English {{example|skirt}} and {{example|shirt}} have a common Old English origin. ...or example, [[English]] and [[German]] are fairly closely related, while [[English]] and [[Spanish]]'s common ground is mostly in [[Latin]].
    4 KB (585 words) - 17:57, 3 December 2013
  • ...res). This also affects the ways it can or cannot tag languages other than English.
    2 KB (333 words) - 18:21, 3 December 2013
  • * English Resource Grammar (ERG) [http://www.delph-in.net/erg/]
    385 B (51 words) - 18:22, 3 December 2013
  • ...{{word|seal|en}} and {{word|zeal|en}} will be heard as different words by English speakers even if they know neither, and that another language's phonology m
    2 KB (287 words) - 17:54, 10 February 2015
  • Perhaps the most common cases in English are shortened pronunciation of adjacent words such as in ''aren't'' and oth ...of a vowel in ''C'est l'hotel'' (while c'est is fairly comparable to the english pronoun-verb cases)
    6 KB (978 words) - 11:13, 5 August 2019
  • In modern English, whom is never mandatory so its use is now often considered somewhat archai more so in most non-UK variants of English and arguably more so in speech than in writing.
    4 KB (633 words) - 19:56, 12 May 2015
  • [[Category:English]]
    385 B (57 words) - 18:29, 3 December 2013
  • [[Category:English]]
    2 KB (243 words) - 18:29, 3 December 2013
  • ...g'' ''' refers to interrogative words. The 'wh' refers to the fact that in English most of them start with wh: what, where, whence, where, whose.
    787 B (96 words) - 18:58, 3 December 2013
  • ...does not -- but that's because its morphology doesn't allow it at all. In English Sometimes it's a good idea, sometimes it's a bad idea. ...s you could call shibboleths, such as things that identify one as being an English major, or as working in academia.
    2 KB (273 words) - 14:06, 19 July 2015
  • * http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_spelible.html [[Category:English]]
    2 KB (322 words) - 15:33, 3 January 2022
  • ...e: the h in herb is often silent in American (an herb), but not in British English variants (a herb). Similarly, 'a hotel', unless you pronounce it like 'otel [[Category:English]]
    1 KB (186 words) - 19:08, 3 December 2013
  • [[Category:English]]
    2 KB (324 words) - 23:24, 16 March 2021
  • =English= ...rmanic-based languages did (modern German still does). For example, Middle English wrote "Kynges court" where we would write "King's court." The former form d
    6 KB (968 words) - 11:13, 22 February 2016
  • ...he German 'weltanschauung' and Portuguese 'saudade' are not lexicalized in English: there is no good word expressing their meaning. ...aren't really [[loanwords]], in that they aren't really incorporated into English - although these two examples are probably better known than a whole bunch
    6 KB (959 words) - 14:23, 19 July 2015
  • * [http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_commaproof.html Proofreading for Commas] * [http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_commaint.html Commas after introductions]
    21 KB (3,370 words) - 20:15, 13 October 2021
  • * English: {{name|Lentil|en}} * English: '''common bean''', '''pinto bean''', '''white bean''', '''kidney beans''',
    7 KB (952 words) - 00:46, 26 May 2021
  • * many proper nouns (e.g. March, Big Ben, The The (the band), English, personal names, product names, [[eponyms]]) ...se as the specific case. Consider or example that English is often seen as english without any meaning change, that personal names and nominal phrases have mo
    17 KB (2,791 words) - 13:15, 21 December 2020
  • ...lomorphs]] ( morphemes that are realized with different phonemes, like the English 's' morpheme (plural marker) is often either {{IPA|s}} or {{IPA|z}}). US English [[hyphenation]] tends to follow syllables.
    13 KB (1,908 words) - 14:32, 28 March 2021
  • * In [[English]], the most major categories are probably: the [[noun]], the [[verb]], the In English you will probably see that
    35 KB (5,444 words) - 00:13, 7 December 2015
  • ...es (e.g. [[Interlingua]], [[Esparanto]], [[Ido]]), but languages such as [[English]] and [[French]] are also commonly used as auxiliary languages. English is relatively analytic, more so than Spanish, and much more so than Latin.
    11 KB (1,688 words) - 13:23, 9 December 2016
  • US versus UK English can also be argued about, since most of the language is the same, and most
    3 KB (462 words) - 13:53, 14 July 2015
  • ...to specific morphemes commonly used in morphemic marking. For example, in English the 's' as a suffix tends to mark plural form.
    878 B (129 words) - 13:52, 14 July 2015
  • For example, modern English has fewer cases than it used to, so its agreement rules are also less compl ==English==
    2 KB (272 words) - 13:51, 14 July 2015
  • * English, for example, has only a few cases where tone is the only distinction. Languages like English have fairly '''fixed stress''', meaning that the position of the stress in
    5 KB (794 words) - 01:32, 7 December 2015
  • * Modern English primarily just declines nouns for [[number]]. It also declines pronouns som ...grammatical number is systematically declined. Middle and particularly Old English had richer declension.
    3 KB (480 words) - 15:52, 22 May 2021

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