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Part-whole predication of NP by AP + PP
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There is a special construction in which the combination of Adjective Phrase (AP) + Adposition Phrase (PP) is predicated of Noun Phrase (NP), and in which the PP is in a material or immaterial part-whole relation to the NP.

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More details can be found in Hoekstra (1986), Hoekstra (1990) and Hoekstra (2004) .

References:
  • Hoekstra, Jarich1986Slop yn 'e ankelsFriesch Dagblad06-12Taalsnipels 12
  • Hoekstra, Jarich1990Swart fan minskenFriesch Dagblad30-09Taalsnipels 150
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