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We have assumed also that if the responses of the different groups are uniformly different there must be characteristic formal differences that mark each group and produce the differing responses - that the form of a 'statement' differs from that of a 'request', and that the form of a 'question' differs from both. We assume that it is possible to discover and describe these differences in form. Our next chapters will undertake to identify the units of these forms and the arrangements of these units that constitute the differences in the various kinds of sentences.
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15, US Department of Commerce, 1959). But since that system was devised for the relatively stereotyped format of US patents, and since it was our intent to include as much of the graphic detail of the basic material as possible, it was necessary to make several modifications in the system. These modifications will be described in the manual which will accompany all copies of the tape and which will be separately available from the Department of Linguistics, Brown University. 3 DARE 0080E1D04 AEUS.