Bled orthographe by Edouard Bled

By Edouard Bled

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Tell Ahmar 73. Asmacık 74. Tünp 75. Körkün 76. Tilsevet 77. Gaziantep 78. Zincirli 79. Karaburçlu 80. Hacibebekli 81. Maraş 82. Kürtül 83. Domuztepe 84. Karatepe 85. Hemite 86. Sirkeli 87. Çineköy 88. İskenderun 89. ‘Azaz 90. Cekke 91. Aleppo 92. ‘Ain Dara 93. Afrin 94. Kırçoğlu 95. Tell Tayinat 96. Tuleil 97. Jisr el Hadid 98. Antakya 99. Qal‘at el Mudiq 100. Tall Šṭīb 101. Sheizar/Meharde 102. Hama 103. Restan ‘Ain Dara → 92. ‘Azaz → 89. Adıyaman → 65. Afrin → 93. Aksaray → 24. Alacahöyük → 11.

Hanyeri → 50. Hatip → 10. Hemite → 85. Hisarcık → 34. İşpekçür → 55. İmamkulu → 30. İskenderun → 88. İvriz → 47. Izgın → 61. Jisr el Hadid → 97. Kırçoğlu → 94. Kırşehir → 19. Kızıldağ → 44. Karabel → 2. Karaburçlu → 79. Karaburun → 20. Karadağ → 45. Karahöyük → 60. Karakuyu → 52. Karatepe → 84. Karga → 15. Karkamiş → 70. Kayseri → 35. Keşlik Yayla → 42. Kelekli/Şaraga → 69. Kocaoğuz (Afyon) → 7. Körkün → 75. Kötükale → 57. Köylütolu Yayla → 9. Kululu → 28. Kürtül → 82. Kurubel → 51. Latmos → 3.

Colour adjectives. The same is true for morphology and syntax. Bakker (2009: 37) very rightly observes that “the statistical outcome of research on word order in the NP is so strongly determined by the selection of the data that one should be very cautious” regarding over-application and over-comparison of the results. This is a problem all corpus work encounters. Small corpora often include only few genres, and they are not representative of the language as a whole. 27 Another point that needs to be addressed is the linguistic quality of the data.

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