Thanks, this was really useful, but my problem is I don't want to have duplicates. Given this output:
not_alligator-n about adage-n 8.8016
not_alligator-n appearance-1 broad-j 11.9640
not_alligator-n coord albino-n 6.7667
not_alligator-n be jumper-n 6.0272
not_alligator-n be key-n 3.8779
not_alligator-n of body-n 8.3063
not_alligator-n of bone-n 20.7982
not_alligator-n of book-n 0.4229
not_alligator-n be key-n 3.2572
not_alligator-n of chorus-n 24.9515
not_alligator-n of book-n 2.3460
not_alligator-n obj sit-v 3.1857
not_alligator-n obj size-v 57.3257
not_alligator-n obj skewer-v 6.1105
I'd like for not_alligator-n be key-n 3.8779 and not_alligator-n be key-n 3.2572 to appear just once, but with their score summed up.
How can I achieve that?
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