account.01: ACCOUNT-V NOTES: No VNcls. Comparison with handle. (from account.01-v) ACCOUNT-N NOTES: Roleset based OntoNotes account-n grouping senses 2& 3; no relevant PB verb entry; no mapping to VN. Framed by Claire. (from account.01-n) ACCOUNTING-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb entry account.01, OntoNotes grouping accounting-n sense 1; no mapping to VN. Framed by Claire. (from accounting.01-n)
Arg1-PPT: thing accounted for, dealt with, explained
Arg2-MNR: instrumental, accounted for with or by
Example: account-v: the bulk of the examples look just like this
Profit-taking accounted for much of the slide in OTC stock prices, according to David Mills, senior vice president of Boston Company Advisers.
Arg1: for much of the slide in OTC stock prices
Example: account-v: adding instrumental
John accounted for his absence from the meeting with a wild story of alien abduction.
Arg1: for his absence from the meeting
Arg2: with a wild story of alien abduction
Example: account-n: NP only, args 0 & 1
the Associated Press 's account of the Monday sequester ordersigned by President Bush
Arg0: the Associated Press 's
Arg1: of the Monday sequester order signed by President Bush
Example: account-n: Args 0 & 1
John's account of the car crash had his listeners on the edges of their seats!
Arg1: of the car crash
Example: account-n: All arguments, a little awkward, probably rare
Her account to Mirkheim of her taste in films and of the absurd horror screenplay she's written is mercilessly funny.
Argm-gol: to Mirkheim
Arg1: of her taste in films and of the absurd horror screenplay she's written
After *PRO* taking into account the fallout from the China crisis , the government has projected 1989 GDP growth of 5 % .
Arg1: the fallout from the China crisis
Arg0-PAG: perpetrator, accountable person
Arg1-PPT: role or crime, accountable for what?
Example: args 0 & 1
She must be accountable for her war crimes.
Arg1: for her war crimes
Example: example with args 0 and 2
He is accountable to the committee.
Arg2: to the committee
Arg0-PAG: accountant (entity acting as)
Arg1-PPT: money, accounts, etc. accounted for
Arg2-PPT: account owner, if separate from arg0
Example: accounting-n: arg1
Cost accounting is a process of collecting, analyzing, summarizing and evaluating various alternative courses of action.
Sullivan tried to defend his accounting for line costs (as capital expenditure rather than profit-and-loss expense items).
Arg1: for line costs
Argm-prd: (as capital expenditure rather than profit-and-loss expense items)
Example: accounting-n: args 0, 2
He does accounting for transit companies.
Arg2: for transit companies