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Corpus reader for corpora that consist of parenthesis-delineated parse trees.

src/g/o/golismero-2.0.3-1/thirdparty_libs/nltk/corpus/reader/__init__.py   golismero(Download)
# Make sure that nltk.corpus.reader.bracket_parse gives the module, not
# the function bracket_parse() defined in nltk.tree:
import bracket_parse
 
__all__ = [

src/b/r/Brill-POS-Tagger-for-Turkish-HEAD/TirilBrillTagger/lib/nltk/corpus/reader/__init__.py   Brill-POS-Tagger-for-Turkish(Download)
# Make sure that nltk.corpus.reader.bracket_parse gives the module, not
# the function bracket_parse() defined in nltk.tree:
import bracket_parse
 
__all__ = [

src/g/o/golismero-HEAD/thirdparty_libs/nltk/corpus/reader/__init__.py   golismero(Download)
# Make sure that nltk.corpus.reader.bracket_parse gives the module, not
# the function bracket_parse() defined in nltk.tree:
import bracket_parse
 
__all__ = [

src/c/l/clojure-nltk-HEAD/resources/nltk/corpus/reader/__init__.py   clojure-nltk(Download)
# Make sure that nltk.corpus.reader.bracket_parse gives the module, not
# the function bracket_parse() defined in nltk.tree:
import bracket_parse
 
__all__ = [

src/n/l/nltk-2.0.4/nltk/corpus/reader/__init__.py   nltk(Download)
# Make sure that nltk.corpus.reader.bracket_parse gives the module, not
# the function bracket_parse() defined in nltk.tree:
import bracket_parse
 
__all__ = [