My familiarity with the richness and variety of vernacular language inevitably led me to become a proponent of orality in literacy.
Furman pairs the units with his clean, elegant Hill Country vernacular .
This is an example of a pattern that is half a millennium old, and is still potent in the vernacular as well as in formal usage.
Assets then passed as a technical term into the vernacular .
The key point to remember is that biological altruism cannot be equated with altruism in the everyday vernacular sense.
The list for 2005 includes buildings that range from modest to grand, from vernacular to modern.
This activity can remind us that vernacular architecture is one cornerstone of our identity.
Publishing of books in vernacular languages still dominates the domestic industry.
‘X far from fulfils the promise of Y’ is not a vernacular construction - nobody talks like that.
The introduction of a narrator, speaking in the vernacular , only reinforces this separation.