corpus

collection of linguistic data, either written texts or a transcription of recorded speech. Typically, corpora have to be quite large to be of any linguistic use (upwards of 100,000 tokens).

corpus

  1. capital as contrasted with the income derived from it
  2. a collection of writings
  3. the main part of an organ or other bodily structure

CORPUS

CORPUS is an international reformist organization in the Roman Catholic Church. They support allowing married and single people of both sexes to become priests. See Clerical celibacy and Women`s ordination. CORPUS was started in Chicago in 1974 and is one of the oldest Catholic reformist groups in the United States. Both pages are from the offici....
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corpus

(from the article `plant development`) ...part of the apex, the cells often appear to lie in one to three layers, which constitute the tunica. Enclosed by the tunica lies a core of cells ...
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corpus

(kor´pәs) pl. coR & Stress;pora Latin word meaning body.
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corpus

[n] - a collection of writings 2. [n] - the main part of an organ or other bodily structure
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Corpus

• (n.) A body, living or dead; the corporeal substance of a thing.
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corpus

principal sum noun capital as contrasted with the income derived from it
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corpus

noun the main part of an organ or other bodily structure
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Corpus

[Bernini] Corpus (The Body) is a life-size bronze sculpture of the crucified Jesus by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Cast in 1650, Bernini held onto it in his private collection for 25 years. Corpus is considered one of the artist`s `long-lost masterpieces`. It is believed that Bernini cast three versions of Corpus. One version was destroyed during ...
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Corpus

[dance troupe] Corpus is a Canadian dance company whose work often combines humour with dance. Besides major productions, they often perform in schools, and are co-creators of the Treehouse TV series 4 Square. They have performed thousands of shows internationally since their founding in 1997 by David Danzon and Sylvie Bouchard. ==Awards== ...
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Corpus

[museum] The Corpus Museum is a human biology interactive museum, located near Oegstgeest in the Netherlands. Billed as `a journey through the human body`, the museum provides both education and entertainment through a combination of permanent and variable collections. Opened in 2008 by Queen Beatrix, the museum is the world`s first museum ...
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Corpus

Cor'pus (-pŭs) noun ; plural Corpora (-po*rȧ). [ Latin ] A body, living or dead; the corporeal substance of a thing. Corpus callosum (kăl*lō'sŭm); plural Corpora callosa (-s...) [ New Latin , callous body] (Anat.) ,
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corpus

Any structured and principled collection of data from a particular language — usually in electronic form, i.e. on disk — which has been compiled for the purpose of subsequent analysis. The number of corpora available has increased greatly since the spread of the personal computer in the 1980's. The most famous corpus for historical form...
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Corpus

Body
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Corpus

Corpus: The body of the uterus (womb).
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Corpus

From the Latin for body, a term used to refer to the principal of a trust, as distinguished from interest earned on that principal.
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corpus

In nematodes: The anterior cylindrical part of the esophagus. The basal region of the corpus at times may be swollen to form a bulb.
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Corpus

It is a latin term meaning body.Corpus as in trust is the amount set aside to generate income.Corpus as in estate is the amount of property left behind by an individual after his death.Corpus juris is a body of law.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21213

corpus

Latin = body, plural - corpora.
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Corpus

Refers to the final or underlying principal amount which has been stripped, discounted and sold as a zero coupon bond. This compares to the interest only pieces which are often called strips. Some people also count the discounted principal portions as strips. It is from the Latin which means body.
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Corpus

Refers to the final or underlying principal amount which has been stripped, discounted and sold as a zero coupon bond.
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Corpus

See also CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ (113) A body of work, complete and entire
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corpus

The body of the uterus (womb). ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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corpus

The body of the uterus.
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