Roleset id: crash.01 , to break, undergo damage, possibly producing a characteristic sound, possibly resulting in a sound, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
crash.01: CRASH-V NOTES: Based on WSJ. Member of VNcls bump-18.4-1, break-45.1, sound_emission-43.2. (from crash.01-v) CRASH-N NOTES: Updated by Julia. Member of Vncls break-45.1, sound_emission-43.2, and bump-18.4-1. (from crash.01-n)
`` They still bear the memory of October 1987 , when they bought gold after the stock market crashed and ended up [*-2] losing money because gold prices subsequently fell [*T*-3], '' Mr. Nichols said [*T*-1] .
Arg1: the stock market
The USS Lexington returned to dock in Pensacola , Fla. , following an accident Sunday in which the pilot of a training jet crashed into the ship , [*-2] killing five sailors [*T*-1].
Arg1: the pilot of a training jet
Argm-dir: into the ship
Argm-adv: [*-2] killing five sailors
the market crash
the actual crash of the car into the lagoon
Arg1: of the car
Argm-gol: into the lagoon
Roleset id: crash.02 , to enter uninvited, invite oneself in, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
crash.02: CRASH-V NOTES: Based on WSJ. No VNcls. (from crash.02-v) CRASH-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on PB crash.02. No Vncls. (from crash.02-n)
Arg0-PAG: entity entering
Name-dropping recently helped Mr. Houston-Montgomery crash a party  Fame magazine threw [*T*-1]for 100 of the 2,809 people mentioned [*] in the diaries of the late Andy Warhol .
Arg0: Mr. Houston-Montgomery
Arg1: a party  Fame magazine threw [*T*-1]for 100 of the 2,809 people mentioned [*] in the diaries of the late Andy Warhol
he remembers Kendallman?s spectacular crash of the party, when he set up his own ?booth? that was an installation of another version of an invasion of Puerto Rico.
Arg1: of the party
While TV commercials typically take weeks [*] to produce [*?*], advertisers-1 in the past couple of years have learned [*-1]-2 to turn on a dime , [*-2] to crash out ads in days or even hours .
Rel: [ crash] [ out]
Argm-tmp: in days or even hours