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DIRCL: Local Destination or Direction

Definition: The relation (e DIRCL l) is used primarily to specify a local goal l, or the direction l of an event e, or of its carrier action, where the goal is marked by a location or by the position of an object. In a broader sense, it is also possible to specify local goals or spatial directions for objects and for states or physical quantities (see below). Thus, the sorts o and st ⊂ si are also admitted as the first argument of DIRCL.


 The train to Baltimore was standing at the station for the whole night.

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