Roleset id: profess.01 , announce, Source: , vncls: , framnet: profess.01: PROFESS-V NOTES: Frames file for 'profess' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Verbnet class profess 29.4, no mention of other members. Comparison to 'declare'. (from profess.01-v predicate notes) PROFESSION-N NOTES: (from profession.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: professor (vnrole: 29.4-1-1-3-agent)
Arg1-PPT: utterance (vnrole: 29.4-1-1-3-theme)
Arg3-PRD: attributive (vnrole: -result)
Example: profess-v: basic transitive
He also professes an ``evangelical'' fervor to develop a corporate culture that rewards managers who produce and where decision-making is shared.
Arg1: an ``evangelical'' fervor to develop a corporate culture that rewards managers who produce and where decision-making is shared
Example: profess-v: with arg2
Two months after Daren moved in and professed his love to Sugar, he started dipping into her savings account to repay his past due college loans
Arg1: his love
Arg2: to sugar
Example: profess-v: with arg3
Although it was realist in style, I felt it was strongly allegorical (Oats herself has professed this of her own story).
Arg3: of her own story
Example: profession-n: LVC
Thus, before receiving Baptism, the catechumen must make his profession of faith.
Argm-tmp: before receiving Baptism
Arg0: the catechumen
Arg1: of faith
Example: profession-n: NOT EVENTIVE! DO NOT ANNOTATE! MARK AS .YY!
Could it be argued that Churchill had ceased at that point to pursue his profession as an author?