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Sigma KEE - utterance
utterance

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(documentation utterance EnglishLanguage "A prototypical linguistic statement incorporating the concept in a phrase or sentence.") emotion.kif 189-190
(domain utterance 1 HumanLanguage) emotion.kif 191-191 The number 1 argument of utterance is an instance of human language
(domain utterance 2 Entity) emotion.kif 192-192 The number 2 argument of utterance is an instance of entity
(domain utterance 3 SymbolicString) emotion.kif 193-193 The number 3 argument of utterance is an instance of symbolic string
(instance utterance TernaryRelation) emotion.kif 188-188 utterance is an instance of ternary relation

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(format ChineseLanguage utterance "%2 在 %1 是 called %3 ") domainEnglishFormat.kif 4907-4907
(format ChineseTraditionalLanguage utterance "%2 在 %1 是 called %3 ") domainEnglishFormat.kif 4906-4906
(format EnglishLanguage utterance "%2 in %1 is called %3") domainEnglishFormat.kif 4905-4905

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(utterance EnglishLanguage AestheticPleasure "aesthetic pleasure") emotion.kif 1145-1145 Aesthetic pleasure in english language is called "aesthetic pleasure"
(utterance EnglishLanguage Amusement "amused") emotion.kif 1147-1147 Amusement in english language is called "amused"
(utterance EnglishLanguage Anger "angry") emotion.kif 977-977 Anger in english language is called "angry"
(utterance EnglishLanguage Annoyance "annoyed") emotion.kif 699-699 Annoyance in english language is called "annoyed"
(utterance EnglishLanguage Anxiety "anxious") emotion.kif 1153-1153 Anxiety in english language is called "anxious"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsAvoidableConsequences "there are consequences but they are avoidable") emotion.kif 288-289 Appraisal as avoidable consequences in english language is called "there are consequences but they are avoidable"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsBeingAtTheCentreOfAttention "I am at the centre of attention") emotion.kif 647-648 Appraisal as being at the centre of attention in english language is called "I am at the centre of attention"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsCausedByAnother "this is being caused by someone else") emotion.kif 600-601 Appraisal as caused by an other in english language is called "this is being caused by someone else"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsCausedByChance "this is being caused by chance") emotion.kif 625-626 Appraisal as caused by chance in english language is called "this is being caused by chance"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsCausedBySelf "this is being caused by me") emotion.kif 617-618 Appraisal as caused by self in english language is called "this is being caused by me"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsCausedSupernaturally "this is being caused supernaturally") emotion.kif 608-609 Appraisal as caused supernaturally in english language is called "this is being caused supernaturally"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsCongruentWithIdeals "this is in line with my ideals") emotion.kif 465-466 Appraisal as congruent with ideals in english language is called "this is in line with my ideals"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsDangerous "this is dangerous") emotion.kif 564-564 Appraisal as dangerous in english language is called "this is dangerous"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsDeliberate "this is being deliberately caused") emotion.kif 682-683 Appraisal as deliberate in english language is called "this is being deliberately caused"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsDesirableConsequences "this has desirable consequences") emotion.kif 405-406 Appraisal as desirable consequences in english language is called "this has desirable consequences"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsExpected "this is expected") emotion.kif 533-533 Appraisal as expected in english language is called "this is expected"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsFamiliar "this is familiar") emotion.kif 320-320 Appraisal as familiar in english language is called "this is familiar"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsJustTreatment "I am being treated justly") emotion.kif 366-367 Appraisal as just treatment in english language is called "I am being treated justly"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotBeingAtTheCentreOfAttention "I am not at the centre of attention") emotion.kif 654-655 Appraisal as not being at the centre of attention in english language is called "I am not at the centre of attention"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotCongruentWithIdeals "this is against my ideals") emotion.kif 479-480 Appraisal as not congruent with ideals in english language is called "this is against my ideals"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotDangerous "this is not dangerous") emotion.kif 560-560 Appraisal as not dangerous in english language is called "this is not dangerous"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotExpected "this is not expected") emotion.kif 543-543 Appraisal as not expected in english language is called "this is not expected"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotFamiliar "this is not familiar") emotion.kif 327-327 Appraisal as not familiar in english language is called "this is not familiar"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotPredictable "this is not predictable") emotion.kif 250-251 Appraisal as not predictable in english language is called "this is not predictable"
(utterance EnglishLanguage AppraisalAsNotSudden "this is not sudden") emotion.kif 586-586 Appraisal as not sudden in english language is called "this is not sudden"

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