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## list of words that may be included in a Named Entity
## e.g.  "Banco de Comercio"  "Pedro Villacasas de la Morena"
<FunctionWords>
the
a
an
of
for
's
&
</FunctionWords>
## Punctuation mark tags after which a capitalized word
## may be indicating just a sentence (or clause) beginning
<SpecialPunct>
(
)
{
.
...
:
-
"
'
''
``
¿
?
¡
!
</SpecialPunct>
## Section <NounAdjs> lists the tags that are considered a possible NP 
## when they are capitalized at sentence beggining 
<NounAdj>
n
adj
</NounAdj>
## Closed categories. Any word belonging to these categories will not
## be considered NP, even if capitalized.
<ClosedCats>
predet
preadv
def
det
dem
pr
cnjadv
cnjcoo
cnjsub
prn
vbser
</ClosedCats>
# Tags for non-words
<DateNumPunct>
num
sent
cm
lquest
lpar
rpar
</DateNumPunct>
## upper limit to consider an all-caps sentence as a NE.
<TitleLimit>
0
</TitleLimit>
## Words that may be names even though they do not comply the default rules
<Names>
</Names>
## Words that will NOT be proper names. Value 0 => ignore as NE if it is a capitalized word alone. Value 1=> always ignore as NE. (e.g. "I" in English is usually not a NE when alone, but it may be in "King Henry I" )
<Ignore>
i 0
i'm 1
i'll 1 
i've 1
english 0
spanish 0
dutch 0
german 0
french 0
basque 0
catalan 0
january 1
february 1
march 1
april 1
may 1
june 1
july 1
august 1
september 1
october 1
november 1
december 1
monday 1
tuesday 1
wednesday 1
thursday 1
friday 1
saturday 1
sunday 1
NP 1
</Ignore>