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det: determiner

The det relation is used between a nominal phrase and its determiner.

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1	dis	this	DET	DET	_	2	det	_	_
2	thing	thing	NOUN	NOUN	_	4	nsubj	_	_
3	no	not	PART	PART	_	4	advmod	_	_
4	good	good	ADJ	ADJ	_	0	root	_	_

1	this	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
2	thing	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
3	not	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
4	good	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_

1	This	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
2	thing	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
3	is	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
4	not	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_
5	good	_	_	_	_	0	_	_	_

However, the nmod:poss relation is used between a nominal clause and its possessive determiner, and the nummod relation is used between a nominal phrase and its numeric modifier.


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