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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtaggingtag‧ging /ˈtæɡɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  when someone illegally paints their name or symbol on a wall, vehicle etctagger noun [countable]
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taggingThere are two main applications for which this approach has been used: 1 Automatic corpus tagging.The guidelines say electronic tagging should only be used with the consent of residents or a proxy.Another important use of statistical grammatical information has been for the grammatical tagging of natural language corpora.Then there's the demonstration of tagging - a reminder that these calves are numbers rather than names.The use of tagged architecture is limited to research projects at present, although the Burroughs B6700 computer makes some use of tagging.
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