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The Raising Of Lazarus (Sebastiano Del Piombo)
Raising may refer to: Raising (linguistics), a syntactic construction Raising (phonology), a sound change Raising (metalwork), a metalworking technique Barn raising, a community event to erect the wooden framework for a building Fund raising, a method of raising money, usually for non-profits and schoolsThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Raising. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link t
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Raising (linguistics)
In linguistics, raising constructions involve the movement of an argument from an embedded or subordinate clause to a matrix or main clause; in other words, a raising predicate/verb appears with a syntactic argument that is not its semantic argument, but is rather the semantic argument of an embedded predicate. Although English has raising constructions, not all languages do.[citation needed] The term raising has its origins in the transformational analysis of such constructions; the constituent in question is seen as being "raised" from its initial, deep structure position as the subject of the embedded predicate to its surface structure position in the matrix predicate/verb.[1] Raising predicates/verbs are related to control predicates, although there are important differences between the two predicate/verb types.Contents1 Examples 2 Alternation with it-extraposition 3 Raising-to-subject verbs vs. auxiliary verbs 4 Representing raising 5 Raising vs
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Raising (phonology)
In phonology and phonetics, raising is a sound change in which a vowel or consonant becomes higher or raised, meaning that the tongue becomes more elevated or positioned closer to the roof of the mouth than before. The opposite effect is known as lowering. Raising or lowering may be triggered by a nearby sound, in which case they are a form of assimilation, or they may occur on their own. In i-mutation, a front vowel is raised before /i/ or /j/. This is assimilation. In the Attic dialect of Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek
and in Koine Greek, close-mid /eː oː/ were raised to /iː uː/. This change occurred in all cases and was not triggered by a nearby front consonant or vowel. Later, Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek
/ɛː/ was raised to become Koine Greek
Koine Greek
[eː] and then [iː]
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Raising (metalwork)
Raising is a metalworking technique whereby sheet metal is depressed in a stump or other solid object by repeated 'courses' of hammering and annealing. A Sheet metal
Sheet metal
worker is often required to raise, or bump, the work into form from the flat metal, by means of a raising hammer and raising block. The raising block is made from substance giving resistance to the blows.[1]A modern term is Synclastic raising, the dominant curves of the object being forged are at right angles and move in the same direction; as in a bowl. This results in a surface possessing elliptic geometry. Anticlastic raising, on the other hand, refers to shaping an object where the dominant axes move in opposite directions; a familiar example of this is a potato chip. This results in a surface possessing hyperbolic geometry. References[edit]^ Broemel, L. (1918)
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Barn Raising
A barn raising, also historically called a raising bee or rearing in the U.K., is a collective action of a community, in which a barn for one of the members is built or rebuilt collectively by members of the community. Barn raising
Barn raising
was particularly common in 18th- and 19th-century rural North America. A barn was a necessary structure for any farmer, for example for storage of cereals and hay and keeping of animals. Yet a barn was also a large and costly structure, the assembly of which required more labor than a typical family could provide. Barn raising
Barn raising
addressed the need by enlisting members of the community, unpaid, to assist in the building of their neighbors' barns
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Fund Raising
Fundraising
Fundraising
or fund raising (also known as "development") is the process of gathering voluntary contributions of money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies (see also crowd funding)
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Raising
Raising may refer to: Raising (linguistics), a syntactic construction Raising (phonology), a sound change Raising (metalwork), a metalworking technique Barn raising, a community event to erect the wooden framework for a building Fund raising, a method of raising money, usually for non-profits and schoolsThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Raising. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link t
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