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cc: coordination

A coordination is the relation between an element of a conjunct and the coordinating conjunction word of the conjunct.
(Note: different dependency grammars have different treatments of coordination.
We take one conjunct of a conjunction (normally the first) as the head of the conjunction.) This is also called a cc, and dependent on the root predicate of the sentence.

ontʔa // bak ʔabk -i -n / w= hi i- ni =oː =hoːb // ajwa / a- di =t
text_en: So, when he told me: "Take the lamb like that! " I said: "Yes", [and]
cc(di, =t) ("say", CCONJ)

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