Roleset id: owe.01 , payment outstanding, Source: , vncls: , framnet: owe.01: OWE-V NOTES: Note that price and commodity have been reversed from 'pay' (from owe.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: payer or buyer (vnrole: 13.3-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: price paid
Arg2-GOL: seller or person being paid (vnrole: 13.3-Goal)
Arg3-PPT: commodity (vnrole: 13.3-Theme)
They have since mellowed, although one senior Young& Rubicam executive said ``I think ad agencies owe Carl Spielvogel a vote of thanks for getting him out of the consulting business.''
Arg0: ad agencies
Arg2: Carl Spielvogel
Arg1: a vote of thanks for getting him out of the consulting business
Example: prepositional arg2
Columbia owes its spectacular growth in recent years to its junk-bond portfolio, the largest of any U.S. thrift.
Arg1: its spectacular growth in recent years
Arg2: to its junk-bond portfolio, the largest of any U.S. thrift
Example: passivized price
The buy-out group has begun billing UAL for fees and expenses *trace* it owes *trace* to investment bankers, law firms and banks.
ArgM-RCL: *trace* -> fees and expenses
Arg2: to investment bankers, law firms and banks
Example: passivized 'seller'
Under the plan, unsecured creditors, who *trace* are owed *trace* about $430 million, would receive about $92 million , or 21 cents for each dollar they are owed.
Arg2: *trace* -> *trace* - > who - > unsecured creditors
Arg1: about $ 430 million
Example: double passive
Under the plan, unsecured creditors, who are owed about $430 million, would receive about $92 million, or 21 cents for each dollar *trace-1* they-2 are owed *trace-2* *trace-3*.
ArgM-RCL: *trace-1* -> each dollar