merge.01: MERGE-V NOTES: Based on financial subcorpus. Member of VNcls mix-22.1-1-1. (from merge.01-v) MERGING-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT. Corresponds to VNcls mix-22.1-1-1. (from merging.01-n) MERGER-N NOTES: Automatically created by Julia as an alias file for unification. (from merger.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: agent, mixer (vnrole: 22.1-1-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: ingredient one (vnrole: 22.1-1-1-Patient)
Arg2-PPT: ingredient two (vnrole: 22.1-1-1-co-patient)
Arg3-PRD: end product
Example: ergative, two ingredients
The bank stocks got a boost when Connecticut Bank& Trust and Bank of New England said they no longer oppose pending legislation that would permit banks from other regions to merge with Connecticut and Massachusetts banks.
Arg1: banks from other regions
Arg2: with Connecticut and Massachusetts banks
Example: ergative, merged args
The two banks merged in 1985.
Arg1: The two banks
Argm-tmp: in 1985
Example: agentive, separate ingredients
The offer is in limbo, however, because LIN-1 has agreed *trace*-1 to merge its cellular-phone businesses with BellSouth Corp.
Arg1: its cellular-phone businesses
Arg2: with BellSouth Corp
Example: agentive, merged args
In addition to the usual array of defenses, including a so-called poison pill and a staggered board, Nekoosa has another takeover defense: a Maine state law barring [hostile bidders]-1 from *trace*-1 merging acquired businesses for five years.
Arg1: acquired businesses
Argm-tmp: for five years
interesting book ... last child in the woods ... talk about how this generation has accepted the merging of man / machine / animals .... that there are about 2000 patented life forms ...
Arg1: of man/ machine/ animals