A Name For Agreement

The Convention is a well-known word for a large gathering of people who, in general, take several days to talk about their work or their common interests – a convention of teachers or publishers, for example – or for a common purpose. In politics, a traditional convention is an assembly of delegates of a political party with the aim of formulating a platform and selecting candidates for office (z.B of the Democratic/Republican National Convention). Other conventions are based on fanatics, and there are many conventions that focus on games, comics and genres of animation, science fiction and horror – to name a few. This application of the conventions corresponds to their ancestry. The word comes from the Latin mixture, which means “assemble, come together.” The Latin root also means “to be appropriate” or “accept,” which is recognizable in the senses of the word in terms of use, customs, rules, techniques or practices that are widely accepted and followed. In addition, we defined the length of the word in the number of spoken syllables; that is, the phoneme sequences served as the basis for the falsification of the words TA. The order of these syllable sequences was carried out according to the syllabic structures authorized in TA, i.e. CVV, CVC, CCV, CCVC, CCVCC, CCVV and CCVVC (Hamdi, Ghazali, Barkat-Defradas, 2005). The good news is that in August, California reached an agreement with the U.S. Forest Service to intensify these efforts, with the goal of treating one million hectares per year for the next two decades.

This meaning was forgotten at the end of the 17th century; another 14th century negotiating feeling, which refers to an agreement (concluded by discussion) that says what each party gives or receives to the other party or the other party survives. It was not until the 16th century that the good deal was used as a word for what is acquired by such an agreement through negotiation, haggling, ringing… through negotiations. It turned out that each of these variables influences different stages of language processing in different experimental tasks and in different languages. NA, to the extent that language speakers agree on the names of objects, has always proven to be the most robust determinant for latency designation in image designation tasks (e.g. B Alario et al., 2004). The effect of FAM in this task is somewhat mitigated, but some studies have shown a significant influence of this variable. For example, Hirsh and Funnell (1995) identified FAM as a powerful predictor of imaging latency in patients with the semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia.