succeed.01: SUCCEED-V NOTES: Adjectival 'successful' based on BOLT-4,5. Corresponds to VN class succeed-74-1. (from succeed.01-v) SUCCESS-N NOTES: Roleset based on suceed.01. No corresponding VN class. Framed by Katie. (from success.01-n) SUCCESSFUL-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on SMS. (from successful.01-j)
Ford might succeed because many shareholders are speculators keen for a full bid.
Argm-cau: because many shareholders are speculators keen for a full bid
Example: entity and task mentioned
If the government succeeds in seizing Mr. Antar's assets, he could be left without top-flight legal representation, because his attorneys are likely to quit, according to individuals familiar with the case.
Arg0: the government
Arg1: in seizing Mr. Antar 's assets
Example: task in subject position
If the Paribas bid succeeds...
Arg1: the Paribas bid
His success in a new television show
Arg1: in a new television show
Roleset id: succeed.02 , take over for, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
succeed.02: SUCCEED-V NOTES: Frames file for 'succeed' based on sentences in financial subcorpus. Comparison with 'win' and 'replace' and 'take_over'. (from succeed.02-v) SUCCESSION-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on succeed-v.02. No corresponding VNcls. (from succession.01-n)
Arg1-PPT: entity being replaced
Arg2-PRD: attributive, role, function
Example: no role or function
Stephen Akerfeldt, currently vice president finance, will succeed Mr. McAlpine.
Arg0: Stephen Akerfeldt, currently vice president finance
Arg1: Mr. McAlpine
Example: with role/function
Edward L. Kane succeeded Mr. Taylor as chairman.
Arg0: Edward L. Kane
Arg1: Mr. Taylor
Arg2: as chairman
Example: just arg1
The CEO succession
a planned succession at the company
Argm-loc: at the company
the office was vacant following his succession of Abraham Lincoln as President
Arg1: of Abraham Lincoln
Arg2: as President
Roleset id: succeed.03 , be subsequent to, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
succeed.03: SUCCEED-V NOTES: (from succeed.03-v) SUCCESSION-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on succeed-v.03, internet examples. No corresponding VNcls. Note: partative usages such as "a succession of problems" are not eventive and should be treated as .ER. (from succession.02-n)
Arg1-PPT: thing coming after
Arg2-PPT: thing going before
All this was recognized and documented in the succeeding years by economists, some of whom worked in the Reagan administration to lift this burden from the American people, states and local governments.
Example: both args- chronological publication of books
In the context of 'The Orphan', for instance, 'Streamers' announces itself clearly a further step in Rabe's inquiry ... And in the context of its succession after 'Boom Boom Room', we may put the matter of 'Streamers' and its putative status as 'Vietnam drama' ...
Arg2: after 'Boom Boom Room'