In X-bar theory in linguistics, specifiers, head words, complements and adjuncts together form phrases. Specifiers differ from complements and adjuncts because they are non-recursive, and phrases can only have one specifier. They are not sisters of the head, but rather sisters of the phrase formed by the head and the complement or adjunct.
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