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A third factor may be involved as well, namely shape. Observe the cultural correlation between containers that are shallow and wide on the one hand, and on the other, containers that are roundish and have only a small opening at the top. Extension of u/a to indicate a 'restrictive'/'expansive' contrast with respect to some area is attested elsewhere in the Cora locative system. In cases like this, the u/a contrast is therefore motivated by more than one independently established factor, either of which can function separately from the others.
With respect to the vertical dimension, on the other hand, their projections must not coincide--the specification [v SEP v,] is obligatory. The pivotal specification of [ABOVE] is provided by an operation interconnecting two entities that are still more abstract. ] that of the landmark. The specification in question resides in a higher-order operation assessing the relative magnitudes of the component operations: [(O > v ) INCL (O > v)]. / t tr t "~Q T v v R T | γ 1 — r-φ 1 j~l» °v b t h ! HORIZ Figure 8.
We turn now to a second course of 42 Inside and outside in Cora development from the prototype, observed in a system of locative particles evolved to deal with topographical relationships in mountainous terrain. The notion of enclosure remains, but is characterized relative to a more complex situation and involves a more abstract type of landmark. Representative examples of these topographical particles are given in (12). (12) a. mah 'away up there to the side in the face of the slope' m-d-h tu MED-outside-face:of: slope we COMPL-REFL-find 'We found each other right up there on the side of the hill' b.
A Teacher's Guide to The Bill of Rights: A History in Documents by Sarah Drake Brown