Butler's syntax sometimes gets in the way of understanding what she's asserting as fact.
The style is stuffy, the syntax is antique, and the conceit is never really convincing.
But if Mark Twain was right and the present rhymes with the past, the Iranian syntax is not encouraging.
syntax aside, the real consideration is the degree to which Romney can afford to alienate Hispanic Americans.
From the syntax, it's a separate item, as if the requirement for the loyalty oath is law.
Their languages exhibited diversities of sound, where there was none whatever in its syntax.
They never forget their syntax, children, when once they've been taught it.
Why don't you say 'creature,' according to the rules and syntax of America?'
The vocabulary is different but the syntax and phonemes are nearly identical.
(d) and last, general questions on the comparative grammar and syntax of the Indo-European languages.
Note: Syntactic languages, such as English, use word order to indicate word relationships. Inflected languages (see inflection), such as Greek and Latin, use word endings and other inflections to indicate relationships.
The structure of valid strings in a given language, as described by a grammar. For example, the syntax of a binary number could be expressed as
binary_number = bit [ binary_number ]
bit = "0" | "1"
meaning that a binary number is a bit optionally followed by a binary number and a bit is a literal zero or one digit.
The meaning of the language is given by its semantics.
See also abstract syntax, concrete syntax.