count.01: COUNT-V NOTES: Frames file for 'count' based on financial subcorpus; nominal 'counting' based on BOLT-7. Member of VNcls estimate-34.2, multiply-108. (from count.01-v) COUNT-N NOTES: Added due to expansion of Nombank. Comparison to count.01-v. Vn classes estimate-34.2 and multiply-108. Framed by Katie. (from count.01-n) COUNTING-N NOTES: Automatically created by Julia as an alias file for unification. (from counting.01-n)
But this is a production designed and directed by Franco Zeffirelli and paid for by Sybil Harrington, who-1 [*trace*-1]-2 has no need *trace*-2 to count her pennies .
Arg1: her pennies
During this " General Election " , especially on the eve of election , on the date of the election and at the time of vote counting , the entire Taiwan was in a more calm , rational and harmonious atmosphere compared with the past .
count.02: COUNT-V NOTES: Member of VNcls characterize-29.2. Updated by Julia,12/2010. (from count.02-v)
Arg0-PAG: agent, entity causing some grouping (vnrole: 29.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: theme, thing being included in some group (vnrole: 29.2-theme)
Arg2-PRD: group (vnrole: 29.2-attribute)
Example: count-v: with group
Mr. Achenbaum has counted among his clients some of the most visible blue-chip advertisers in the country, including Nissan, Toyota, Seagram and Backer Spielvogel clients Hyundai and J.P. Morgan.
Arg2: among his clients
Arg1: some of the most visible blue-chip advertisers in the country, including Nissan, Toyota, Seagram and Backer Spielvogel clients Hyundai and J.P. Morgan
Example: count-v: no group
*trace*-1 Not counting the extraordinary charge, [the company]-1 said it would have had a net loss of $3.1 million, or seven cents a share.
Arg1: the extraordinary charge
count.03: COUNT-V NOTES: Member of VNcls rely-70. (from count.03-v)
There's as least one example where treebank misparses "count on" as aphrasal verb rather than verb+preposition. Use [count] [on]as thepredicate in that/those example(s). (from count.03-v)
Arg0-PAG: depender (vnrole: 70-agent)
Arg1-PPT: depended on (vnrole: 70-theme)
Arg2-PRD: secondary predication on arg1
Example: count-v: no secondary predication
Before the union rejected the company's offer and the strike was launched with the graveyard shift of Oct. 4, Boeing had been counting on turning 96 aircraft out the door in the present period.
Arg1: on turning 96 aircraft out the door in the present period
Example: count-v: with secondary predication
Commodore had been counting on its consumer business to stay sufficiently healthy to support its efforts in other areas -- mainly in getting schools and businesses to use its Amiga, which has slick graphics yet has been slow to catch on because it isn't compatible with Apple Computer Inc. or International Business Machines Corp. hardware.
Arg1: on its consumer business
Arg2: to stay sufficiently healthy to support its efforts in other areas -- mainly in getting schools and businesses to use its Amiga, which has slick graphics yet has been slow to catch on because it isn't compatible with Apple Computer Inc. or International Business Machines Corp. hardware