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Examples of corpus in a Sentence
a computerized corpus of English
Jane Austen's corpus is modest in number but magnificent in achievement.
Recent Examples of corpus from the Web
In those cases a new corpus of laws, regulations and commercial norms must be developed, either by government or the entrepreneurs themselves.
The software can pull sentences and quotes to support its position from a corpus of hundreds of millions of documents.
Even as a corpus of slave narratives circulated, much of the story of what happened to black bodies on these shores was yet to be told.
There also will be a scourging pillar, a Roman lance, and a life-size corpus on the cross that portrays a dramatic scene, as well as various other items of that time.
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.
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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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