Roleset id: stack.01 , set one thing atop another, Source: , vncls: , framnet: stack.01: STACK-V NOTES: Frames file for 'stack' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Verbnet class spray-9.7-2, other framed members include hang, seed. Comparison with 'set'. (from stack.01-v predicate notes)
Arg0-PAG: stacker (vnrole: 9.7-2-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: one thing (vnrole: 9.7-2-Theme)
Arg2-GOL: the other thing arg1 istacked onto, destination (vnrole: 9.7-2-Destination)
Example: stack on
But in recent years, the market has moved toward less expensive ``mini-component'' sets, miniaturized amplifiers and receivers and software players that *trace*-1 could be stacked *trace*-1 on top of each other.
Argm-rcl: that -> miniaturized amplifiers and receivers and software players
Arg2: on top of each other
Example: stack against
``Small investors are absolutely dismayed that Wall Street is stacking the deck against them, and these wide swings are scaring them to death,'' says Raymond A. Mason, chairman of regional broker Legg Mason Inc. in Baltimore.
Arg0: Wall Street
Arg1: the deck
Arg2: against them
Roleset id: stack_up.02 , be arranged, exist, Source: , vncls: , framnet: stack_up.02: STACK_UP-V NOTES: (from stack.02-v)
Arg1-PPT: thing existing
It wasn't clear how the ownership would stack up under the new plan, but employees would keep more than 50%.
Arg1: the ownership
Rel: [ stack] [ up]
Argm-loc: under the new plan
Roleset id: stack_up.03 , make into a stack, Source: , vncls: , framnet: stack_up.03: STACK_UP-V NOTES: (from stack.03-v)
Arg1-PPT: thing(s) being stacked
Example: big pile
John stacked up all his dirty dishes.
Rel: stacked up
Arg1: all his dirty dishes