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The following passage was generated by Heidorn's NLPQ system  using APSG rules similar to the ones described in this paper: The vehicles arrive at the station. The time between arrivals of the vehicles at the Generating language from conceptual graphs 41 station is normally distributed, with a mean of 8 min and a standard deviation of 2 min. Seventy-five percent of the vehicles are cars, and the rest are trucks. After arriving at the station, if the length of the line at the pump in the station is less than 2, the vehicles will be serviced at the pump in the station.
4) Fat bellies with blithe babies new bottles in fresh milk drink. The transformations of transformational grammar  result from different options in 32 J. F. SOWA scanning the graphs. In English, the passive transformation results from following the arc to (OBJ) before the arc to (AGNT). To show that a nonstandard scan is being made, English grammar rules insert function words and inflections: are before the main verb, by before the agent, and the past participle drunk instead of drink. When the passive rules are applied in scanning Fig.
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