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textual harassment

slang The act of harassing someone via text message. The phrase is a pun on "sexual harassment." Textual harassment should always be taken seriously as a form of harassment or stalking.
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Recently, the geo-textual publish/subscribe system has been studied in several works (for example [3] [4] [6] [7] [9] [10] [12]), but these studies have not combined geographic and textual similarity.
The system was powered by HP desktops with core i5 CPUs and an hplv1911 monitor, with a resolution of1400 x 1050, on which textual data was displayed for visual feedback.
Perhaps the most useful aspects of the Cambridge edition are the 143 pages of Explanatory Notes and the 219 pages of Textual Apparatus.
El estudio textual se aborda desde una perspectiva cualitativo-ejemplar (14-15) e inductiva, esto es, la autora va extrayendo conclusiones sobre la base del estudio de los rasgos de las sentencias estudiadas ejemplo a ejemplo.
The second chapter, 'Colonial linguistics', is an intense scrutiny of textual productions around Threlkeld's large volume of linguistic work.
The objective of textual criticism is often thought to be the reconstruction of a single lost original text from a multiplicity of variants.
By attending to the interactive qualities of women's writings across a range of genres and situations, Larson's study reveals that women made use of conversational strategies within protected spaces they created in their texts in order to converse with society beyond those texts on socio-political issues--even and especially when their gender, class, or social situation restricted access to modes of conversation outside these textual spaces.
After describing the need for textual criticism, Tov describes in depth the Hebrew and versional evidence for the Old Testament and how the text was copied and transmitted over the centuries.
When developing a formal model, one may choose to use textual or graphical techniques (or both) to display formalisms.
Based on LSA's (Latent Semantic Analysis) measuring textual coherence and Halliday and Hasan's cohesive concepts and their categorization of cohesive devices, this paper analyzes coherent relatedness and cohesive devices of 100 Chinese students' English writings.
Jane Austen's Textual Lives: From Aeschylus to Bollywood.