- the corpus of the uterus
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a computerized corpus of English
Jane Austen's corpus is modest in number but magnificent in achievement.
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The customization works in much the same way as the original training and model-building: developers will train the system using their own corpus of test data, building on the preexisting models.
Since then, rental relatives have inspired a substantial literary corpus.
In this case, McCarthy and Schlueter used WCopyfind, software usually used to detect plagiarism, to compare North’s essay with Shakespeare’s entire corpus.
Ibn Khaldun only criticized Aristotle’s metaphysics, not the entirety of his enormous corpus.
Reinhardt also lamented Supreme Court rulings that limited judges' ability to overturn convictions and sentences on habeas corpus and complained about the flaws in death penalty cases.
There is the great and varying corpus of medical writing, of course, which in psychiatry interestingly extends to include the quite literary prose of Freud, Lacan, Adler, Klein, and so on.
My corpus and future-corpse was alone in this wasteland.
Gul’s habeas corpus case in the federal court system in D.C. Habeas corpus establishes that a detainee cannot be held indefinitely without grounds.
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CORPUS Defined for English Language Learners
: a collection of writings, conversations, speeches, etc., that people use to study and describe a language
: a collection of poems, paintings, songs, etc.
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