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Things syntactic often describes (“syntactic ________”)
structure, structures, analysis, rules, categories, features, properties, information, category, relations, theory, constructions, form, function, level, functions, patterns, change, complexity, processing, component, constraints, development, units, representation, forms, position, knowledge, description, construction, rule, processes, unit, errors, relation, elements, ambiguity, aspects, differences, approach, pattern, phenomena, representations, context, constituents, operations, positions, relationships, variation, devices, status, recognition, behavior, feature, characteristics, analyses, movement, criteria, contexts, transformations, sugar, tree, restrictions, theories, subject, behaviour, cues, derivation, class, classes, parsing, objects, constituent, arguments, parallelism, frame, boundaries, markers, environments, roles, object, frames, organization, environment, means, principles

Descriptive words:
phonological, lexical, semantic, morphological, integrated, particular, different, phonetic, specific, only, basic, phonemic, more, larger, greater, orthographic, formal, major, pragmatic, abstract, higher, complex, additional, unique, surface, phonologic, graphic

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