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   * Presentational   * Presentational
-    * Antithesis →← - R is meant to prefer N as an alternative to S +    * Antithesis (→←- R is meant to prefer N as an alternative to S 
-    * Background →← - S provides information to increase R's understanding of N +    * Background (→←- S provides information to increase R's understanding of N 
-    * Concession →← - R is meant to look past an incompatibility of N with S +    * Concession (→←- R is meant to look past an incompatibility of N with S 
-    * Evidence →← - S provides evidence which increases R's belief in N +    * Evidence (→←- S provides evidence which increases R's belief in N 
-    * Justify →← - S increases R's acceptance of W's right to say N +    * Justify (→←- S increases R's acceptance of W's right to say N 
-    * Motivation →← - S is meant to influence R's willingness to act according to N +    * Motivation (→←- S is meant to influence R's willingness to act according to N 
     * Preparation - S makes R more prepared for the appearance of N; three subtypes are recognized:     * Preparation - S makes R more prepared for the appearance of N; three subtypes are recognized:
-      * Preparation-Organization → - is used specifically when the preparation is expressed in an explicit text organizing device such as a heading +      * Preparation-Organization (- is used specifically when the preparation is expressed in an explicit text organizing device such as a heading 
-      * Preparation-Phatic →← - is used when the preparation merely amounts to W holding the floor, without otherwise contributing propositional content to the discourse, including backchanneling, incomplete or repaired/aborted utterances +      * Preparation-Phatic (→←- is used when the preparation merely amounts to W holding the floor, without otherwise contributing propositional content to the discourse, including backchanneling, incomplete or repaired/aborted utterances 
-      * Preparation-Setup → - covers all other forms of preparation+      * Preparation-Setup (- covers all other forms of preparation
   * Subject matter   * Subject matter
-    * Attribution →← - S provides the source of information in N +    * Attribution (→←- S provides the source of information in N 
-    * Cause →← - S is the cause of N (and N is more prominent) +    * Cause(→←- S is the cause of N (and N is more prominent) 
-    * Circumstance →← - S details circumstances (often spatio-temporal) under which N applies +    * Circumstance (→←- S details circumstances (often spatio-temporal) under which N applies 
-    * Condition →← - N occurs depending on S+    * Condition (→←- N occurs depending on S
     * Elaboration - S gives additional information about N. Two subtypes are recognized:     * Elaboration - S gives additional information about N. Two subtypes are recognized:
-      * Elaboration-Attribute ← - is used when S elaborates on a single phrase within N, rather than on the entire proposition in N +      * Elaboration-Attribute (- is used when S elaborates on a single phrase within N, rather than on the entire proposition in N 
-      * Elaboration-Additional ← - is used in all other cases, when S is an elaboration on N as a whole +      * Elaboration-Additional (- is used in all other cases, when S is an elaboration on N as a whole 
-    * Evaluation →← - S provides an assessment of N by W (R does not have to share this assessment) +    * Evaluation (→←- S provides an assessment of N by W (R does not have to share this assessment) 
-    * Manner →← - S indicates the manner in which N happens +    * Manner (→←- S indicates the manner in which N happens 
-    * Means →← - S indicates the means by which N happens +    * Means (→←- S indicates the means by which N happens 
-    * Purpose →← - N is initiated or exists in order to realize S +    * Purpose (→←- N is initiated or exists in order to realize S 
-    * Question → - N is the answer to the question posed by S +    * Question (- N is the answer to the question posed by S 
-    * Result ← - S is the result of N (or: N is the cause of S, and N is more prominent) +    * Result (- S is the result of N (or: N is the cause of S, and N is more prominent) 
-    * Solutionhood → - N is a solution to a problem presented by S +    * Solutionhood (- N is a solution to a problem presented by S 
-    * Restatement-Partial ← - S partly realizes the same role and content as a previous N+    * Restatement-Partial (- S partly realizes the same role and content as a previous N
     * Multinuclear relations     * Multinuclear relations
-      * Contrast ^ - W presents multiple Ns as incompatible, but of equal prominence +      * Contrast (^- W presents multiple Ns as incompatible, but of equal prominence 
-      * Disjunction ^ - W presents multiple Ns which can be regarded as interchangeable alternatives +      * Disjunction (^- W presents multiple Ns which can be regarded as interchangeable alternatives 
-      * List ^ - W presents multiple Ns in parallel which can be regarded as additive to one another (both X and Y), are of equal prominence, and do not exhibit a temporal sequence, contrast or alternative status. The elements should serve an equivalent purpose to each other (otherwise, see Joint) +      * List (^- W presents multiple Ns in parallel which can be regarded as additive to one another (both X and Y), are of equal prominence, and do not exhibit a temporal sequence, contrast or alternative status. The elements should serve an equivalent purpose to each other (otherwise, see Joint) 
-      * Sequence ^ - Multiple Ns form a temporally ordered sequence of events in order +      * Sequence (^- Multiple Ns form a temporally ordered sequence of events in order 
-      * Restatement-Repetition ^ - Multiple Ns realize the same role and content +      * Restatement-Repetition (^- Multiple Ns realize the same role and content 
-      * Same-unit ^ - indicates a discontinuous discourse unit (this is not a discourse relation) +      * Same-unit (^- indicates a discontinuous discourse unit (this is not a discourse relation) 
-      * Joint ^ - any other collection of discourse units of equal prominence at the same level of hierarchy, but of disparate (non-equivalent) discourse purpose compared to each other+      * Joint (^- any other collection of discourse units of equal prominence at the same level of hierarchy, but of disparate (non-equivalent) discourse purpose compared to each other
  
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