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Abstract

This article discusses varieties of anaphora. Anaphora has been identified with a limited set of words, but in the past decades there have been many proposals to interpret other phenomena as anaphora. While most people would agree that these phenomena are context-dependent, the claim that they belong to one and the same class, namely anaphora is much more controversial.

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Anaphora phenomena proposal characteristic properties of anaphora types of relation contextual disambiguation

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Ibragimova Odinakhon. (2022). Varieties Of Anaphora . International Journal of Human Computing Studies, 4(6), 20-22. Retrieved from https://journals.researchparks.org/index.php/IJHCS/article/view/3208

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