Roleset id: batter.01 , hit repeatedly, Source: , vncls: , framnet: batter.01: BATTER-V NOTES: I'm really not sure if we'll see animate subjects: Mary battered John?John battered on the door? Maybe. (from batter.01-v) BATTERING-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT, batter-v.01. Corresponds to VNcls hit-18.1-1. (from battering.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: agent, hitter - animate only! (vnrole: 18.1-1-agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing hit (vnrole: 18.1-1-patient)
Arg2-MNR: instrument, thing hit by or with (vnrole: 18.1-1-instrument)
Arg3-EXT: intensifier of action
Example: passive--most frequent
But its 17 big junk holdings at year end showed only a few bonds that [*T-1*] have been really battered *trace*.
Argm-rcl: that -> only a few bonds
Example: passive, with instrument
[Microsoft]-1, *trace*-1 battered *trace* by profit taking in recent sessions, sank as much as 4; but it finished at 80 7/8, down 2 1/4 on volume of one million shares.
Arg2: by profit taking in recent sessions
Example: instrumental subject
The early move essentially established the day's trading range, and traders said they saw little of the program activity that [*T*] has battered the market recently.
Argm-rcl: that -> the program activity
Arg1: the market
Example: with intensifier
person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full
For fifty years his guns and ham-like fists shot holes through [*RNR*-1] and battered the daylights out of [*RNR*-1]the enemies of law and order in the frontier towns of the West .
Argm-tmp: For fifty years
Arg2: his guns and ham-like fists
Arg3: the daylights
Arg1: out of [*RNR*-1] the enemies of law and order
Argm-loc: in the frontier towns of the West
Example: args 0, 1
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
Bruises flowered on his chest and shoulders from his battering the bars.
Arg1: the bars
The battered US Navy destroyer Cole has begun its journey home from Yemen , 17 days after a suspected terrorist bomb tore a gapping hole in its side .
Arg1: [destroyer][US Navy]