|definition@en||classification of uninterrupted parts of clauses based on their internal structure. (source: Dirk Roorda)|
|example@en||Values 100–167 indicate Asyndetic clause atoms.
(Construction without a conjunction). The first digit in the offset from 100 is a code for the tense of the verbal predicate of the daughter clause, the second that of the mother clause. (source: Dirk Roorda)|
|scopeNote@en||When clauses are interrupted by material that is not part of that clause, the uninterrupted parts are called clause atoms. These atoms can be classified on the basis of the material they contain. (source: Dirk Roorda)|
|changeNote||This concept is based on the ISOcat data category: http://www.isocat.org/datcat/DC-6765|
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