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mark: marker

A marker is the subordinating conjunction introducing a finite clause subordinate to another clause. In the Yupik Jacobson corpus, it is only used for the particle qayughllak “because”.

Qavanghitunga qayughllak paamna iglagtulghii . \n I-did-not-sleep because that-one-up-there-not-in-sight he-used-a-loud-voice .
mark(iglagtulghii, qayughllak)
mark(he-used-a-loud-voice, because)

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