A Lorillard spokeswoman said "This is an old story."
Arg0: A Lorillard spokeswoman
Arg1: "This is an old story"
[Kent cigarettes were sold]-1, the company said *trace*-1
Arg0: the company
[What matters is what advertisers will pay]-1, said *trace*-1 Newsweek's chairman
Arg0: Newsweek's chairman
S-["What you have to understand," said John [*?*], "is that Philly literally stinks."]
Argm-dsp: [*?*] (tag the leaf node of the *?* itself, and '*' link to the S node containing the ENTIRE utterance
Arg1: [*?*] (tag the parent node)
Example: with listener
John said to Mary: "you're an idiot."
Arg2: to Mary
Arg1: "you're an idiot"
Example: Weird, attributive usage:
"Well that's odd," said John of the disappearance of his nose.
Arg1: "Well that's odd"
Arg3: of the disappearance of his nose
Example: split utterance
John-1 is said *trace*-1 to be an idiot.
Arg: *trace*-1 to be an idiot