Keywords

Term ID Vocabularysort ascending Parent Term Description
1618 Actions Hunting Tracking
1619 Actions Verbal Honor
1620 Actions Hunting Blowing horn
1625 Actions Hunting Racoon hunting
1626 Actions Hunting Turkey hunting
1644 Actions Domestic Teaching
1648 Actions Work Getting water
1649 Actions Emotional Embarrassment
1651 Actions Emotional Crying
1654 Actions Emotional Defeat
1679 Actions Legal Record keeping
1680 Actions Work Building structure
1682 Actions Interaction, Social Frontier life
1683 Actions Interaction, Social Marketing
1691 Actions Interaction, Social Barbecue
1701 Actions Interaction, Social Making progress
1704 Actions Interaction, Social Civic dispute
1707 Actions Movement Constant
1717 Actions Legal Locking up
1724 Actions Interaction, Social Incarcerating
1726 Actions Perceptual Watching
1729 Actions Interaction, Social Civic discussion
1736 Actions Bodily Eating supper
1738 Actions Movement Random
1742 Actions Verbal Hushing
1743 Actions Bodily Hungering
1749 Actions Movement Swimming
1750 Actions Violent Threatening
1753 Actions Moral Grave-digging or -violating

This is any time when someone is either digging a grave, or trying to disinter a body in a grave. I'm thinking of Mink moving Houston's body in The Hamlet and the Hound, but also Monk trying to dig up his grandmother in Monk.

1754 Actions Interaction, Social Charity

Here charity is understood as a communal act and is therefore a social interaction. JB

1755 Actions Verbal Speech

Any time someone give a speech, in this case Monk. JB

1758 Actions Legal Arraign
1763 Actions Movement Train
1766 Actions Legal Pardon
1770 Actions Domestic Knitting
1781 Actions Emotional Refusal
1782 Actions Verbal Banishment
1785 Actions Emotional Indecision
1801 Actions Verbal Apology
1811 Actions Mental Realization
1815 Actions Emotional Frustration
1816 Actions Physical Hammering
1817 Actions Hunting Squirrel hunting
1819 Actions Physical Repair
1833 Actions Agricultural Farming
1834 Actions Violent Animal predatory behavior
1835 Actions Violent Destructive behavior

Should "destructive" be a second-level category for "Actions"? (Violent seems wrong for things like vandalism.) -JBP

1838 Actions Mental Self-consciousness
1842 Actions Verbal Bragging
1843 Actions Work Store clerk
1844 Actions Work Restauranteer
1848 Actions Work Government
1850 Actions Work Fireman
1851 Actions Bodily Chewing
1854 Actions Verbal Silence
1858 Actions Play Historical recreation
1861 Actions Physical Throwing
1862 Actions Physical Running
1865 Actions Physical Building
1866 Actions Verbal Announcing
1867 Actions Physical Eating
1868 Actions Agricultural Livestock care
1870 Actions Physical Riding
1879 Actions Physical Waiting
1880 Actions Physical Dreaming
1882 Actions Emotional Lust
1898 Actions Bodily Starvation
1900 Actions Communication Writing
1913 Actions Movement Fetching
1914 Actions Movement Running
1915 Actions Movement Hiding
1916 Actions Domestic Discipline
1917 Actions Movement Spitting
1919 Actions Verbal Requesting
1922 Actions Moral Renounce
1941 Actions Movement Racing
1944 Actions Perceptual Eavesdropping
1951 Actions Domestic Housekeeping
1952 Actions Physical Carrying
1955 Actions Play Poker
1956 Actions Verbal Praising
1966 Actions Mental Economizing

When a character invests effort in thinking strategically about personal or household economy, such as when Cora Tull attempts to pay for her pricey chickens by selling cakes made with the eggs of those chickens in AILD. EP

1967 Actions Military Escape
1969 Actions Violent Arson
1970 Actions Physical Restraining
1972 Actions Emotional Resentment
1977 Actions Economic Accounting

This does not merely describe the specific actions of an accountant, but any formal or informal balancing of the books be it Flem Snopes, Maury Priest, or Will Varner. JB

1980 Actions Physical Kicking
1984 Actions Interaction, Social Concealment

Any time a character hides something from his peer group or society at large. The particular instance here is John Powell concealing his pistol from the men in the livery stable.

1996 Actions Mental Inquiry
2006 Actions Emotional Theatricality
2008 Actions Work Driving

When someone is driving people around for a living. JB

2011 Actions Interaction, Social Noblesse oblige

Any time of social contract that is maintained that relies on implied class differences. The term is a bit murky, but Faulkner refers to it explicitly and implicitly on a number of occasions. The agreement between Maury Priest and John Powell, and the remission of Miss Emily's taxes are examples. JB

2029 Actions Emotional Patience
2031 Actions Emotional Amazement
2033 Actions Interaction, Social Greeting
2048 Actions Movement Truck
2053 Actions Hunting Guiding
2055 Actions Work Livery stable
2056 Actions Work Banking

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