Why are there spelling inconsistencies in Southern European languages? What is the historical origin of this spelling pattern?
Do valid sentences of phrases that have different meanings in different languages exist? How are they called?
Eliminating potential meanings of an ambiguous phrase because if they meant XYZ, they'd have written differently: What is this inference called?
Is there a grammar of syntax that takes into account inherent syntactic ambiguity in natural languages?
Are there sentence boundary disambiguation algorithms which can handle punctuation errors with decent accuracy?
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