Roleset id: populate.01 , provide inhabitants for, fill with inhabitants, Source: , vncls: , framnet: populate.01: POPULATE-V NOTES: This is based on 'fill' and it is crucial to distinguish between theagent causing some area to have a population, and the populationitself. (from populate.01-v) POPULATION-N NOTES: ~populate.01 (from population.01-n)
The rel cannot be its own argument. If the rel is your Arg2 here, it is not eventive. (from population.01-n)
Example: area and population
person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: passive,  form: participle
With more than 15 million exercise bikes sold in the past five years, he adds, ``[a lot of garages, basements and attics]-1 must be populated *trace*-1 with them.''
Argm-adv: With more than 15 million exercise bikes sold in the past five years
Arg2: with them
Example: agent and area
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: infinitive
Las Colinas, once a huge Texas ranch, is a sprawling complex of office buildings, homes and recreational facilities that [its developers]-1 have been struggling *trace*-1 to populate *trace* in recent years.
Argm-rcl: that -> a sprawling complex
Example: population as subject
person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: gerund
There are moments in this ``Summerfolk'' when the characters populating the vast multilevel country house (which looks like a parody of Frank Lloyd Wright and is designed by Victoria Petrovich) spout philosophic bon mots with the self-conscious rat-a-tat-tat pacing of ``Laugh In.''
Arg2: the characters
Arg1: the vast multilevel country house (which looks like a parody of Frank Lloyd Wright and is designed by Victoria Petrovich)
Example: Arg1, Arg2
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
The yuppies' population of the previously predominantly immigrant neighborhood angered native residents.
Arg2: The yuppies'
Arg1: of the previously predominantly immigrant neighborhood