Predicate: call

Roleset id: call.01 , label, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.01: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.01)
       
        CALLING-N NOTES: Roleset based on BOLT P01 instances. Comparison to verb entry call.01. No FN for gerund. (from calling-n.01)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)29.3
calling (n.)

Roles:

        Some of the trees only include arg1 and arg2 under a single S node. Contrary to regular rules, it is ok in these cases to dig into the syntax and label arg1 and arg2 separately. Don't try to cram them into a single argument.
        Arg0-PAG: caller (vnrole: 29.3-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: item being labelled (vnrole: 29.3-theme)
        Arg2-PRD: name itself, attribute of arg1 (vnrole: 29.3-result)

Example: call-v: with attribute

        Mary called John an idiot

        Arg0: Mary
        Rel: called
        Arg1: John
        Arg2: an idiot

Example: call-v: passivized

        The worksheets were called 'Learning Materials'

        Arg1: The worksheets
        Rel: called
        Arg2: 'Learning Materials'

Example: calling-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Still it is to me fairly obvious that his calling her "The Enchantress of Numbers" implies that she had a thorough knowledge of the subject.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: calling
        Arg1: her
        Arg2: "The Enchantress of Numbers"

Roleset id: call.02 , summon, perhaps to or by phone, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.02: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.02)
       
        CALL-N NOTES: (from call-n.11)
       
        CALLING-N NOTES: Based on Comparison to verb entry call.02, which maps to 13.5.1. No FN for gerund. (from calling-n.02)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)13.5.1
calling (n.)
call (n.)
give_call (l.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller (vnrole: 13.5.1-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: entity summoned (vnrole: 13.5.1-theme)
        Arg2-GOL: benefactive (vnrole: 13.5.1-beneficiary)

Example: call-v: without benefactive

        The bells called the faithful to evensong

        Arg0: The bells
        Rel: called
        Arg1: the faithful
        Argm-gol: to evensong

Example: call-v: with benefactive

        John called a doctor for Mary

        Arg0: John
        Rel: called
        Arg1: a doctor
        Arg2: for Mary

Example: call-v: benefactive with double NP

        John called Mary a doctor.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: called
        Arg2: Mary
        Arg1: a doctor

Example: call-n: phone call

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Her call to the pentagon was dropped when she went through a tunnel.

        Arg0: Her
        Rel: call
        Arg1: to the pentagon

Example: call-n: LV

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Well , and then what happened was , we had a conference call.

        Arg0: we
        Argm-lvb: had
        Argm-mnr: conference
        Rel: call

Example: calling-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        ...his calling the police for us.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: calling
        Arg1: the police
        Arg2: for us

Roleset id: call.03 , demand, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.03: CALL-V NOTES: VN class 0rder-60. (from call-v.03)
       
        CALL-N NOTES: Based on verb roleset call.03. (from call-n.02)
       
        CALLING-N NOTES: Based on comparison to verb entry call.03, which maps to VN class 60, No FN for gerund. (from calling-n.03)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)60
call (n.)
calling (n.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: demander (vnrole: 60-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: thing being demanded (vnrole: 60-topic)
        Arg2-GOL: demandee, of whom is arg1 being demanded? (vnrole: 60-recipient)

Example: call-v: reelection woes

        Gore called for a recount.

        Arg0: Gore
        Rel: called
        Arg1: for a recount

Example: call-v: without 'for'

        Ford called a Jaguar stockholders' meeting.

        Arg0: Ford
        Rel: called
        Arg1: a Jaguar stockholders' meeting

Example: call-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has renewed her call for Yemen's president to give up power.

        Arg0: Her
        Rel: call
        Arg1: for Yemen's president to give up power

Example: call-n; all args

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        His call to the people for action was inspiring.

        Arg0: His
        Rel: call
        Arg2: to the people
        Arg1: for action

Example: calling-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        We also know that he loathed cruelty and abuse of power; this led to his calling for more lenient laws against debtors.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: calling
        Arg1: for more lenient laws against debtors

Roleset id: call.07 , say across a distance, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.07: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.07)
       
        CALL-N NOTES: (from call-n.01)
       
        CALLING-N NOTES: Based on comparison to verb entry call.07, which maps to VN class 37.3. No FN. (from calling-n.04)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)37.3
calling (n.)
call (n.)
give_call (l.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: speaker (vnrole: 37.3-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: utterance (vnrole: 37.3-topic)
        Arg2-GOL: distant listener (vnrole: 37.3-recipient)

Example: call-v: it gets worse

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        ``You people here think this is Russian music,'' she said with disdain, and called over to the waitress: ``Could you turn it off?''

        Arg0: she
        Rel: called
        Argm-dir: over
        Arg2: to the waitress
        Arg1: ``Could you turn it off?''

Example: call-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        She was gone then, her call goodbye to Billy echoed in Jacob's ears.

        Arg0: Her
        Rel: call
        Arg1: goodbye
        Arg2: to Billy

Example: calling-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Although it was belated, he heard her calling goodnight to him.

        Arg0: her
        Rel: calling
        Arg1: goodnight
        Arg2: to him

Roleset id: call.09 , call into question, doubt, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.09: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.09)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: doubter
        Arg1-PPT: thing doubted
        Arg2-VSP: fixed: 'into question'

Example: call_up-v: is that so?

        person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        EC Agriculture Commissioner Ray MacSharry said the U.S. plan ``calls into question'' the agreement reached by world negotiators last April in Geneva seeking ``substantial progressive reductions in agricultural support and protection.''

        Arg0: the U.S. plan
        Rel: calls
        Arg2: into question
        Arg1: the agreement reached by world negotiators last April in Geneva seeking ``substantial progressive reductions in agricultural support and protection.''

Roleset id: call.10 , prediction, decision, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.10: CALL-V NOTES: Modified by Kevin G., 2/11/09 (from call-v.10)
       
        CALL-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb call.10. No appropriate VN class. Expanded by Julia. Includes a little bit of conceptual overlap with call-v.11. (from call-n.10)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)-
call (n.)
make_call (l.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: predictor/decider
        Arg1-VSP: domain, topic of the prediction/decision
        Arg2-PPT: the actual prediction/decision itself

Example: call-v: a better example

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The weather forecast calls for light rain this morning.

        Arg0: The weather forecast
        Rel: calls
        Arg2: for light rain this morning

Example: call-n

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Nice Call on Tuesday's Weather!

        Argm-adj: nice
        Rel: call
        Arg1: on Tuesday's Weather!

Example: call-n; All Arguments, LVC

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Joe Bastardi makes his call on the '09 hurricane season.

        Arg0: Joe Bastardi
        Argm-lvb: makes
        Rel: call
        Arg1: on the '09 hurricane season

Example: call-n; judgement call

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Since we have to use a survey -LRB- it 's just not possible to do a full count every month -RRB- , any subjectivity will increase our error , so we have to avoid any possible overlaps or judgement calls .

        Argm-adj: judgement
        Rel: calls

Example: call-n; LV with arg2

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Although I'm not a huge fan of that functionality (yeah, I like guns that can shoot as far as I can see), the developers made the call that a bullet wouldn't be able to reach fom one side of the screen to the other.

        Argm-adv: Although I'm not a huge fan of that functionality
        Arg0: the developers
        Argm-lvb: made
        Rel: call
        Arg2: that a bullet wouldn't be able to reach from one side of the screen to the other

Roleset id: call.11 , call (the shots); decide, dictate, officiate, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.11: CALL-V NOTES: Roleset broadened based on BOLT. (from call-v.11)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: entity in charge, official decision maker
        Arg1-PPT: 'the shots' (or related)

Example: call-v: I'm in charge!

        person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: progressive,  voice: active,  form: participle

        The changes were proposed in an effort to streamline federal bureaucracy and boost compliance by the executives ``who [*T*-1] are really calling the shots,'' said Brian Lane, special counsel at the SEC's office of disclosure policy, which proposed the changes.

        Arg0: [*T*-1]
        Argm-slc: who -> the executives
        Argm-adv: really
        Rel: calling
        Arg1: the shots

Example: call-v: call a game

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Maybe it was the umpires who-1 [*-1] called the game in his favor.

        Arg0: [*-1]
        Argm-slc: who -> the umpires
        Rel: called
        Arg1: the game
        Argm-mnr: in his favor

Example: call-v: Call the vote

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Seconds before we call the vote to kick them out of power , the fire alarm goes off again .

        Arg0: we
        Rel: call
        Arg1: the vote to kick them out of power

Roleset id: call.13 , call someone out on something (non-VPC version), Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.13: CALL-V NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT. (from call-v.13)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller
        Arg1-PPT: accusation, thing called out (bluff, foul, bullshit, etc)
        Arg2-GOL: entity called out (accusee)

Example: call-v: bring one's bluff to an end

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Christie is being set up on this one and the legislature called his bluff

        Arg0: the legislature
        Rel: called
        Arg1: his bluff

Example: call-v: All args, oblique arg1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        So what should I-1 do.. *PRO*-1 call him on his Bluff that he has an attorney that his whole family pitched in for and just file the papers how i want them

        Arg0: *PRO*-1
        Rel: call
        Arg2: him
        Arg1: on his Bluff that he has an attorney that his whole family pitched in for

Example: call-v: All args, core arg 1. Call foul.

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        In golf ... you-1 got *PRO*-1 ta call fouls on yourself . And golfers do !

        Arg0: *PRO*-1
        Rel: call
        Arg1: fouls
        Arg2: on yourself

Example: call-v: all args, call bullshit

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The President of the executive body openly started threatening and intimidating people who-1 *trace*-1 were calling them on their bullshit .

        Arg0: *trace*-1
        Argm-slc: who -> people
        Rel: calling
        Arg2: him
        Arg1: on their bullshit

Roleset id: call.14 , claim (like dibs), Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.14: CALL-V NOTES: Added by Julia in tandem with call.13, based on BOLT. (from former call-v.14)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: claimer
        Arg1-PPT: thing claimed (e.g. dibs, shotgun)
        Arg2-VSP: opponent/competitor

Example: call-v: call shotgun

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        If you call shotgun, you get the privilege to sit in the passenger seat in front, next to the driver.

        Arg0: you
        Rel: call
        Arg1: shotgun

Example: call-v: call dibs

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Evan already called dibs on this guitar.

        Arg0: Evan
        Argm-tmp: already
        Rel: called
        Arg1: dibs on this guitar

Roleset id: call.16 , visit, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call.16: CALL-N NOTES: Added by Julia (from call-n.16)
       
        CALL-V NOTES: Added by Julia during unification.

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call (v.)
call (n.)
make_call (l.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: visitor
        Arg1-PPT: recipient of visit
        Arg2-LOC: location visited

Example: call-n: all args, LVC

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        While I was covering for one of the other pediatricians, I made a house call on a child with a draining ear.

        Argm-tmp: While I was covering for one of the other pediatricians
        Arg0: I
        Argm-lvb: made
        Arg2: house
        Rel: call
        Arg1: on a child with a draining ear

Example: call-v

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        she came to the conclusion that her circle of friends was a very dull one, and that no one who was a bit nice ever called on her At Home

        Arg0: no one who was a bit nice
        Argm-tmp: ever
        Rel: called
        Arg1: on her
        Arg2: at home


Predicate: call_up

Roleset id: call_up.08 , summon, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_up.08: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.08)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_up (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller
        Arg1-PPT: thing being summoned
        Arg2-GOL: benefactive

Example: call_up-v: without benefactive

        The bells called up the faithful to evensong

        Arg0: The bells
        Rel: [called][up]
        Arg1: the faithful
        Argm-dir: to evensong

Example: call_up-v: with benefactive

        John called up a doctor for Mary

        Arg0: John
        Rel: [called][up]
        Arg1: a doctor
        Arg2: for Mary


Predicate: call_in

Roleset id: call_in.04 , summon, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_in.04: CALL-V NOTES: This is phrasal, otherwise identical to 'summon' roleset. (from call-v.04)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_in (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller
        Arg1-PPT: thing being summoned
        Arg2-GOL: benefactive

Example: call_in-v: with benefactive

        John called in a doctor for Mary

        Arg0: John
        Rel: called in
        Arg1: a doctor
        Arg2: for Mary

Roleset id: call_in.17 , report - seperate from call_in.04 because this does not get anything in return, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_in.17: Based on google data. Comparison with report.01. No VN or FN classes.

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_in (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: reporter
        Arg1-PPT: thing reported
        Arg2-GOL: reported to

Example: reported

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The usual lady called in sick hours earlier.

        Arg0: The usual lady
        Rel: called, in
        Arg1: sick hours
        Argm-tmp: earlier


Predicate: call_on

Roleset id: call_on.05 , visit, make use of, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_on.05: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.05)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_on (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller
        Arg1-PPT: thing being visited, used
        Arg2-PRP: purpose, attribute of arg1

Example: call_on-v: with benefactive

        John called on a doctor.

        Arg0: John
        Rel: called on
        Arg1: a doctor

Example: call_on-v: with secondary predication

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Rep. Neal's bill originally called on the Fed [*-1] to reduce the inflation rate by one percentage point a year for five years and to maintain a zero inflation rate thereafter.

        Arg0: Rep. Neal's bill
        Argm-tmp: originally
        Rel: called on
        Arg1: the Fed
        Arg2: [*-1] to reduce the inflation rate by one percentage point a year for five years and to maintain a zero inflation rate thereafter.


Predicate: call_off

Roleset id: call_off.06 , terminate before hand, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_off.06: CALL-V NOTES: (from call-v.06)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_off (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: the Terminator
        Arg1-PPT: the Terminated

Example: call_off-v: call off talks

        person: ns,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        Boeing Co., already struck by its Machinists union, briefly called off contract talks with its engineers and labeled their demands ``grossly excessive.''

        Arg0: Boeing Co., already struck by its Machinists union
        Argm-tmp: briefly
        Rel: [called] [off]
        Arg1: contract talks with its engineers


Predicate: call_upon

Roleset id: call_upon.12 , visit, make use of, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_upon.12: CALL-V NOTES: Same as "call on" call.05 (from call-v.12)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_upon (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller
        Arg1-PPT: entity called upon
        Arg2-PRP: purpose of arg1, called upon to do what?

Example: call_upon-v: Passive

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        However , he never imagined that the role whnp-1 he-2 was called upon *-2 *PRO* to play *t*-1 would be so lonely and dismal .

        Rel: [called][upon]
        Arg1: *-2
        Arg2: *PRO* to play *t*-1


Predicate: call_out

Roleset id: call_out.15 , call someone out on something (VPC version), Source: , vncls: , framnet:

call_out.15: CALL-V NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT. No VNcls. Corresponds to call-v.13 (from call-v.15)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
call_out (v.)-

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: caller, accuser
        Arg1-PPT: accusation, what arg2 is called out on
        Arg2-GOL: entity called out; accusee

Example: call_out-v: Args 0, 1

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Often these people would decry the " PC liberal media " for *PRO* not calling it out . (

        Arg0: *PRO*, *link -> [the "PC liberal media"]
        Argm-neg: not
        Rel: [calling] [out]
        Arg1: it