Predicate: entitle

Roleset id: entitle.01 , allow, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

entitle.01: ENTITLE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'entitle' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. No verbnet entry. Comparison with 'name'. Revised by Olga. (from entitle.01-v predicate notes)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
entitle (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: allower
        Arg1-PPT: action allowed
        Arg2-GOL: explicit allowed-agent

Example: sentential action

        Each right entitles the shareholder to buy $100 face amount of 13.5% bonds due 1993 and warrants to buy 23.5 common shares at 30 cents a share.

        Arg0: Each right
        Rel: entitles
        Arg2: the shareholder
        Arg1: to buy $100 face amount of 13.5% bonds due 1993 and warrants to buy 23.5 common shares at 30 cents a share

Example: sentential action with passive extraction

        This is because a Delaware court earlier this year said that Drexel is entitled to get its money back before or at the same time as the limited partners.

        Arg2: Drexel
        Rel: entitled
        Arg1: to get its money back before or at the same time as the limited partners

Example: PP entitled-to, passivized

        The buy-out group is also entitled to $16 million to repay a fund created by the pilots union for an employee stock ownership plan.

        Arg2: The buy-out group
        Argm-dis: also
        Rel: entitled
        Arg1: to $ 16 million to repay a fund created by the pilots union for an employee stock ownership plan

Example: PP entitled-to, active

        John's medical condition entitles him to a primo parking place.

        Arg0: John's medical condition
        Rel: entitles
        Arg2: him
        Arg1: to a primo parking place

Roleset id: entitle.02 , assign a name, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

entitle.02: ENTITLE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'entitle' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. No verbnet entry. Comparison with 'name'. Revised by Olga. (from entitle.02-v predicate notes)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
entitle (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: namer
        Arg1-PPT: named
        Arg2-PRD: name

Example: all args

        John entitled his dissertation, "Why Predicate Argument Tagging Rocks."

        Arg0: John
        Rel: entitled
        Arg1: his dissertation
        Arg2: "Why Predicate Argument Tagging Rocks."

Example: headless relative

        In a recent investment letter entitled ``Winners of the `Leverage Wars,'''...

        Arg1: a recent investment letter
        Rel: entitled
        Arg2: Winners of the ` Leverage Wars