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Modifiers which are NPs
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Modifiers which are Noun Phrases (NPs) are found in front of the following kinds of Adposition Phrases (PPs): postposition phrases, prepositional phrases and bare PPs, that is, adpositions without a complement. The modifying NP is built around an exact or inexact measure phrase.

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