Definitions for "CORPUS"
In general, a collection of electronic text, usually compiled on a principled or systematic basis for the purposes of linguistic and other research. In computational linguistics, a body of linguistic data, either text or speech, intended to support the study of linguistic phenomena. This data may be annotated in some way to enhance its usefulness. Examples of corpora include the Penn TreeBank and the ATIS corpus.
In this context, a body of messages. Usually referring to a training database. (plural is corpora).
A collection of texts that have been put together for a particular purpose. Nowadays, corpora are usually stored in an electronic format, which can be studied with the assistance of a computer. A corpus can be very large (hundreds of millions of words), as is commonly the case with corpora that have been developed for dictionary making, or it can be highly specialized and quite small (tens of thousands of words ) .
The principal balance of a trust as opposed to the income from the trust.
Principal or book value of investment.
The principal amount of a debt instrument, or the underlying assets in a trust.
A body, living or dead; the corporeal substance of a thing.
A complete body of work.
A substantive body of evidence; the actual tangible fact in a given situation.
Keywords:  locoregional, suramin
Locoregional Suramin
Keywords:  hematopoietic
Other Hematopoietic
a portion of the promeristem portion of the shoot apical meristem and located beneath the tunica. Cells divide in various planes to give rise to the breadth of the shoot. Contributes to the procambium and ground meristem.
Keywords:  menarche, systemic
Menarche Systemic
Keywords:  christi, college
Corpus Christi College
the main part of an organ or other bodily structure
The land of a Maori incorporation, at the time it is established, plus any land acquired later that is declared by the court to form the main part of the incorporation. Land that is not declared as corpus is called investment land.
The main part or body of a bodily structure or organ.
Keywords:  shunt, ligament
Ligament Shunt
luteum - A special gland that forms on the surface of the ovary at the site of ovulation and produces progesterone during the second half of the menstrual cycle. Its function is necessary to prepare the uterine lining for implantation by the fertilized egg.
In nematodes: The anterior cylindrical part of the esophagus. The basal region of the corpus at times may be swollen to form a bulb. ( 14)
Keywords:  jail, writ, confined, wrong, crime
. A writ by which a man may be taken out of jail when confined for the wrong crime.
Keywords:  coupon
Keywords:  steroid, mobility
Mobility Steroid
The amount of money available with a scheme for investing. If already invested, the corpus is the current value of the scheme’s portfolio.
The total investable funds available with a mutual fund scheme at any point of time.
Total amount of money invested by all investors in a scheme.
a way of modelling the interactive behaviour of users on a particular task
capital as contrasted with the income derived from it