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Hi,

Please tell me why the words underlined have no articles in front (Should it be in the front???). Is that because the word is representing itself as itself and not presenting itself in a sentential context??

I think I got these sentences from the thefreedictionary website when I googled for the word "bill":

Definition of fifty dollar bill in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of fifty dollar bill.

How about this? Can the same reasoning apply here? Representing itself.

Where is Tall Man?

Where is Hand?
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You want ... why the underlined words have no articles in front of them.

It's because these are just headings, not full sentences.
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Tall Man and Hand are names of people, I imagine, or of other entities being personified.

CJ
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Thank you.

I think my questioning wasn't what it should be. Let me rephrase?? it.

As I said before, I think I think I got the following sentences from the freedictionary website when I googled for the word "bill"?

Definition of fifty dollar bill in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of fifty dollar bill.

How about these? Why are they not have articles? Are they like that because they are representing themselves as they are?

Where is Tall Man?

Where is Hand?
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