Roleset id: cite.01 , refer to, Source: , vncls: , framnet: cite.01: CITE-V NOTES: No VNcls. (from cite.01-v) CITATION-N NOTES: (from citation.01-n)
Arg1-PPT: thing cited
Arg2-PRD: secondary attribute, cited-as
Example: cite-v: transitive agentive
They cite a lack of imbalances that provide early warning signals of a downturn.
Arg1: a lack of imbalances that provide early warning signals of a downturn.
Example: cite-v: with attribute
He cites the recent deal between Mitsubishi Estate Co and the Rockefeller Group as evidence.
Arg1: the recent deal between Mitsubishi Estate Co and the Rockefeller Group
Arg2: as evidence
Scalia was correct in his citation of writer's work.
Arg1: of the writer's work
Roleset id: cite.02 , give legal summons, ticket, Source: , vncls: , framnet: cite.02: CITE-V NOTES: No VNcls. (from cite.02-v)
These two senses can be difficult to distinguish, especially if it's acriminal misdeed that's being referred to. If you really can't tell, try to default to the"refer" sense, since that's less specific. (from cite.02-v)
Arg0-PAG: giver of ticket
Arg1-PPT: entity receiving citation
Arg2-CAU: criminal misdeed
Example: cite-v: bummer dude
The Labor Department cited USX Corp for numerous health and safety violations at two Pennsylvania plants.
Arg0: The Labor Department
Arg1: USX Corp
Arg2: for numerous health and safety violations at two Pennsylvania plants.
My 13-year-old son got a citation for riding his bicycle without a helmet.
Arg1: My 13-year-old son
Arg2: for riding his bicycle without a helmet