Roleset id: conclude.01 , come to/point to a decision based on evidence, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
conclude.01: CONCLUDE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'conclude' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Comparison with 'decide'. Member of VNcls deduce-97.2. (from conclude.01-v) CONCLUSION-N NOTES: Roleset basedon verb entry conclude.01, OntoNotes grouping conclusion-n sense 2;maps to VN class deduce-97.2. Framed by Claire. (from conclusion.01-n) CONCLUSIVE-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-4,5. (from conclusive.01-j)
Arg2 new to the adjective frame, but can occur in the verb as well. It is vital to this adjectival use. (from conclusive.01-j)
Arg0-PAG: decider (vnrole: 97.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: decision made (vnrole: 97.2-theme)
Arg2-PPT: question answered
Example: conclude-v: icky
An undistinguished college student who dabbled in zoology until he concluded that he couldn't stand cutting up frogs, Mr.Corry wanted to work for a big company ``that could do big things.''
Arg1: that he couldn't stand cutting up frogs
Example: conclusion-n: Args 0 & 1
The most important one was her conclusion that radioactivity is an "atomic" phenomenon, not something caused by the molecular structure of the mineral.
Arg1: that radioactivity is an "atomic" phenomenon, not something caused by the molecular structure of the mineral.
Example: conclusion-n: Args 0 & 1
In particular, their conclusion that support for language rights among anglophones is unrelated to a general commitment tocivil rights is surprising.
Arg1: that support for language rights among anglophones is unrelated to a general commitment to civil rights
I would n't support it for first time offenses , but when a criminal is given a second chance and reoffends , I 'm all for it... I mean , if the evidence is 100 % conclusive that is , which is the case most of the time now with modern technology etc
Arg3: the evidence
Argm-adv: that is
Argm-adv: which is the case most of the time now with modern technology etc.
The evidence was conclusive for the court on the issue of paternity
Arg3: The evidence
Arg0: for the court
Arg1: on the issue of paternity
The test was conclusive of paternity
Arg3: The test
Arg1: of paternity
Roleset id: conclude.02 , bring to an end, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
conclude.02: CONCLUDE-V NOTES: Comparison with 'end'. Member of VNcls stop-55.4-1. Updated by Julia, 11/2010. (from conclude.02-v) CONCLUSION-N NOTES: (from conclusion.02-n)
Arg0-PAG: Intentional agent (vnrole: 55.4-1-agent)
Arg1-PPT: Thing ending (vnrole: 55.4-1-theme)
Arg2-MNR: Explicit instrument, thing ended with (vnrole: 55.4-1-instrument)
Argm-TMP: point at which something ends
Example: only transitive
Mr. Nichol said he was ``extremely disappointed in the continuing deterioration of the company's operations while it-1 attempted *trace*-1 to conclude the reorganization during the pastfour months.''
Arg1: the reorganization
Argm-tmp: during the past four months
Example: ARG2 and ARG0 and ARG1
Lebanon , Iraq and other hot issues were for the most part the gist of the call with which the Gulf leaders concluded their 27th summit in Riyadh .
Arg2: [with which][the call]
Arg0: the Gulf leaders
Arg1: their 27th summit in Riyadh
A long-time Tri-State area radio personality, in October 2009 he concluded doing a regular morning program on ?Oldies 1160?.
Argm-prd: A long-time Tri-State area radio personality
Argm-tmp: in October 2009
Arg1: doing a regular morning program on "Oldies 1160"
In this jeremiad , males are viewed as the ? enemy , ? and are so characterized throughout the book , which-1 *trace*-1 concludes with exhortations to engage the foe and a strident call to arms-LRB- though not men 's -RRB- .
Arg1: *trace*-1 (= which)
Argm-slc: which -> the book
Arg2: with exhortations to engage the foe and a strident call to arms -LRB- though not men's -RBR-
Much of Europe lay in ruins at the conclusion of World War II.
Arg1: of World War II
Her hasty conclusion of the board meeting was meant to avert a fight between two of the board members.
Arg1: of the board meeting
Thomas began covering the White House with the Kennedy Administration in 1961, becoming known for her front-row seat at presidential news conference and her conclusion of conferences with the tagline "Thank you, Mr. President."
Arg1: of conferences
Arg2: with the tagline "Thank you, Mr. President."