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Other constructions involving modification and degree quantification are: litotes, that is, the expression of a property by the negation of its antonym (contrary), pronominalisation, equative with Adjective Phrase (AP) object of comparison, exclamative and AP as Adpositional Phrase (PP): some constructions involve the appearance of a nominalised neuter adjective inside a PP.

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