Roleset id: obliterate.01 , destroy, Source: , vncls: , framnet: obliterate.01: OBLITERATE-V NOTES: Verbnet predicts an instrumental subject. They also bring thedistinction between agent and instrument down to intentionality, whichwe've been trying to avoid. If you feel you can consistently makethat decision, go ahead; otherwise only use arg2 when there is also anarg0. (from obliterate.01-v) OBLITERATION-N NOTES: obliterate.01 (from obliteration.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: destroyer (vnrole: 44-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing destroyed (vnrole: 44-Patient)
Arg2-MNR: instrument of destruction (vnrole: 44-Instrument)
Example: no instrument
Program traders argue that a reinstatement of the rule would obliterate the ``pricing efficiency'' of the futures and stock markets.
Arg0: a reinstatement of the rule
Arg1: the ``pricing efficiency'' of the futures and stock markets
Example: with instrument
Mary obliterated John's fragile self-esteem with a single dirty look.
Arg1: John's fragile self-esteem
Arg2: with a single dirty look
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
Although sympathetic to their destitution, Atwood is appalled at their obliteration of a site's archaeological value.
Arg1: of a site's archaeological value