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View nouns.txt
abaft
abandon
abasia
abating
abbreviated
abducted
able-bodiedism
able-bodism
ableism
ablepharia
View 100_partitive_expressions.md
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sudodoki / words.md
Created Jul 1, 2018
list of nouns that can be count and noncount
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Scraped from https://www.englishclub.com/ref/Nouns_that_are_Count_and_Noncount/

Nouns that are Count and Noncount

  • accommodation => uncountable: a place to live in or stay at; countable: an agreement between opposing people or organisations
  • aid => uncountable: money or help given to those who need it; countable: something that helps you to do something
  • air => uncountable: the mixture of gases surrounding the earth; countable: (old-fashioned) a tune or a melody
  • art => uncountable: paintings, sculpture, drawings, etc.; countable: an activity that needs special training or knowledge
  • ballet => uncountable: a style of dancing that tells a story; countable: a particular work of classical dance
  • beauty => uncountable: the quality that makes someone or something beautiful; countable: a beautiful woman, or an excellent thing
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sudodoki / words.md
Last active Jul 2, 2018
Smaller list of uncountable nouns list
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Scraped from https://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/nouns-uncountable-list.htm

Uncountable Nouns List

Note that this is NOT a complete list of all uncountable nouns. Note too that some of these uncountable nouns can also be countable; in this list we show only the uncountable meaning.

  • access => the right to see or use something
  • accommodation => a place to live in or stay at
  • adulthood => the period of time when you're an adult
  • advertising => the business of making companies and products well-known
  • advice => suggestions about what someone should do
View time_words.md

Time words from http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~inquirer/Time%40.html (yet, it's missing 5 words, given this was taken from archived version)

Word Tags & Definition

  • ABRUPT => Neg Modif Time* Ngtv |
  • ADVANCE#4 => LY Time* | 13% idiom-adv: "In advance"--before, beforehand
  • AFTER#1 => PREP LY Time* PFREQ | 92% prep-adv: Later in time than, following, in pursuit or search of.
  • AFTERNOON => Noun ABS TIME Time* | noun-adj: The time from noon until evening--part of day.
  • AFTERWARD => Modif LY Time* | adverb: In later or subsequent time, subsequently.
  • AGE#1 => Noun ABS TIME Time* | 79% noun-adj: Time period measured by length of existence, era; possessing a certain age (3)
View funcword.md

This is a copy of saved version of http://www.marlodge.supanet.com/museum/funcword.html by John Higgins (john@wordscape.net)

Function words in English

Linguists usually draw a distinction between content words, those words whose meaning is best described in a dictionary and which belong in open sets so that new ones can freely be added to the language, and function words, words with little inherent meaning but with important roles in the grammar of a language. Typically the content words are nouns, verbs, adjectives and some adverbs, while function words are pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions, auxiliary verbs, and some adverbs. The lists below were originally produced for the purpose of masking selected parts of speech in the text game ECLIPSE by John and Muriel Higgins.

Adverbs other than manner adverbs and omitting the funny legal ones.

AGAIN AGO ALMOST ALREADY ALSO ALWAYS ANYWHERE BACK ELSE EVEN EVER EVERYWHERE FAR HENCE HERE HITHER HOW HOWEVER NEAR NEARBY NEARLY NEVER NOT NOW NOWHERE OFTE

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sudodoki / visualizing_topic_models.py
Created Dec 24, 2017 — forked from tokestermw/visualizing_topic_models.py
visualization topic models in four different ways
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import json
import urlparse
from itertools import chain
flatten = chain.from_iterable
from nltk import word_tokenize
from gensim.corpora import Dictionary
from gensim.models.ldamodel import LdaModel
from gensim.models.tfidfmodel import TfidfModel
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sudodoki / springer-free-maths-books.md
Created Sep 9, 2017 — forked from bishboria/springer-free-maths-books.md
Springer made a bunch of books available for free, these were the direct links
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sudodoki / splitter.sh
Created Sep 7, 2017
split filename and move `abcdefgh.txt` -> `ab/cd/efgh.txt`.
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# find input -type f -maxdepth 1 | parallel --load 100% ./splitter.sh input {}
input_dir=$1
f=$2
if [[ -f $f ]]
then
filename=$(basename $f)
enclosing="${filename:0:1}/${filename:1:1}/"
mkdir -p "$input_dir/$enclosing"
mv $f "$input_dir/$enclosing$filename"
View Stream-examples.lisp
(defclass wrapped-stream (fundamental-stream)
((stream :initarg :stream :reader stream-of)))
(defmethod stream-element-type ((stream wrapped-stream))
(stream-element-type (stream-of stream)))
(defmethod close ((stream wrapped-stream) &key abort)
(close (stream-of stream) :abort abort))
(defclass wrapped-character-input-stream
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