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sentence (string)pronoun (string)candidates (sequence)label (class label)
"The sniper shot the terrorist because he was a bad guy."
"he"
[ "The sniper", "the terrorist" ]
1 (1)
"The sniper shot the terrorist because he had orders."
"he"
[ "The sniper", "the terrorist" ]
0 (0)
"The chimpanzee could not use Linux because it was an animal."
"it"
[ "The chimpanzee", "Linux" ]
0 (0)
"The chimpanzee could not use Linux because it uses different commands than Windows."
"it"
[ "The chimpanzee", "Linux" ]
1 (1)
"Bill punched Bob in the face because he was being rude to Mary."
"he"
[ "Bill", "Bob" ]
1 (1)
"Bill punched Bob in the face because he wanted to protect Mary."
"he"
[ "Bill", "Bob" ]
0 (0)
"Carl borrowed a book from Richard, but the book was never returned to him."
"him"
[ "Carl", "Richard" ]
1 (1)
"Carl borrowed a book from Richard, but the book was unreadable to him."
"him"
[ "Carl", "Richard" ]
0 (0)
"Bill likes to play with Bob because he loves playing."
"he"
[ "Bill", "Bob" ]
0 (0)
"Bill likes to play with Bob but he did not want to."
"he"
[ "Bill", "Bob" ]
1 (1)
"The salesperson told Dave that this would be the best car he ever bought."
"he"
[ "The salesperson", "Dave" ]
1 (1)
"The salesperson told Dave that this would be the best car he ever sold."
"he"
[ "The salesperson", "Dave" ]
0 (0)
"The student wanted to ask the professor for help but decided not to because he was too scared."
"he"
[ "The student", "the professor" ]
0 (0)
"The student wanted to ask the professor for help but decided not to because he was too intimidating."
"he"
[ "The student", "the professor" ]
1 (1)
"The student couldn't understand the teacher because he had an accent."
"he"
[ "The student", "the teacher" ]
1 (1)
"The student couldn't understand the teacher because he wasn't paying attention."
"he"
[ "The student", "the teacher" ]
0 (0)
"The campers turned on their flashlights because it was dark without them."
"them"
[ "The campers", "their flashlights" ]
1 (1)
"The campers turned on their flashlights because the darkness scared them."
"them"
[ "The campers", "their flashlights" ]
0 (0)
"Francis stopped and looked at the penguin because he was intrigued."
"he"
[ "Francis", "the penguin" ]
0 (0)
"Francis stopped and looked at the penguin because he was cute."
"he"
[ "Francis", "the penguin" ]
1 (1)
"The off-campus apartments were preferred to the on-campus apartments because they were cheaper."
"they"
[ "The off-campus apartments", "the on-campus apartments" ]
0 (0)
"The off-campus apartments were preferred to the on-campus apartments because they were more expensive."
"they"
[ "The off-campus apartments", "the on-campus apartments" ]
1 (1)
"The general fired his pistol at the monster so he could be a distraction."
"he"
[ "The general", "the monster" ]
0 (0)
"The general fired his pistol at the monster so he turned and looked."
"he"
[ "The general", "the monster" ]
1 (1)
"Liverpool lost to Manchester United because they had been mismanaged all season."
"they"
[ "Liverpool", "Manchester United" ]
0 (0)
"Liverpool lost to Manchester United because they were a superior team."
"they"
[ "Liverpool", "Manchester United" ]
1 (1)
"Rice beat Texas, even though they were a smaller school."
"they"
[ "Rice", "Texas" ]
0 (0)
"Rice beat Texas, even though they were the best team in the nation."
"they"
[ "Rice", "Texas" ]
1 (1)
"The state executes prisoners because they want justice."
"they"
[ "The state", "prisoners" ]
0 (0)
"The state executes prisoners because they were convicted of heinous crimes."
"they"
[ "The state", "prisoners" ]
1 (1)
"Jason built Rocky a robot, and he gave it to him."
"he"
[ "Jason", "Rocky" ]
0 (0)
"Jason built Rocky a robot, so he had more free time."
"he"
[ "Jason", "Rocky" ]
1 (1)
"My heart pumps blood because it is liquid."
"it"
[ "My heart", "blood" ]
1 (1)
"My heart pumps blood because it is a muscle."
"it"
[ "My heart", "blood" ]
0 (0)
"Joe smells better than Adam since he showers regularly."
"he"
[ "Joe", "Adam" ]
0 (0)
"Joe smells better than Adam since he hardly ever showers."
"he"
[ "Joe", "Adam" ]
1 (1)
"The pen is mightier than the sword because it can only stab things."
"it"
[ "The pen", "the sword" ]
1 (1)
"The pen is mightier than the sword because it can be used to write world-changing documents."
"it"
[ "The pen", "the sword" ]
0 (0)
"The cats attacked the humans because they were feral."
"they"
[ "The cats", "the humans" ]
0 (0)
"The cats attacked the humans because they smelled like fish."
"they"
[ "The cats", "the humans" ]
1 (1)
"Bob can beat Larry at arm wrestling because he has more muscles."
"he"
[ "Bob", "Larry" ]
0 (0)
"Bob can beat Larry at arm wrestling because he is a toddler."
"he"
[ "Bob", "Larry" ]
1 (1)
"Donald kicked King but he never cried."
"he"
[ "Donald", "King" ]
1 (1)
"Donald kicked King but he never felt bad."
"he"
[ "Donald", "King" ]
0 (0)
"Steve went to the meeting with John because he was asked to."
"he"
[ "Steve", "John" ]
0 (0)
"Steve went to the meeting with John because he asked him to."
"he"
[ "Steve", "John" ]
1 (1)
"Mary gave Sandy her book because she needed it."
"she"
[ "Mary", "Sandy" ]
1 (1)
"Mary gave Sandy her book because she is generous."
"she"
[ "Mary", "Sandy" ]
0 (0)
"John visited Luke in the hospital because he was sick."
"he"
[ "John", "Luke" ]
1 (1)
"John visited Luke in the hospital because he lived close by."
"he"
[ "John", "Luke" ]
0 (0)
"John hired Bill because he needed someone."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
0 (0)
"John fired Bill because he was incompetent."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
1 (1)
"John introduced Bill because he knew everyone."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
0 (0)
"John introduced Bill because he was new."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
1 (1)
"John shot Bill and he was jailed."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
0 (0)
"John shot Bill and he died."
"he"
[ "John", "Bill" ]
1 (1)
"The Mad Hatter tried to offer a cup of tea to the March Hare, but his hat was too distracting."
"his"
[ "The Mad Hatter", "the March Hare" ]
0 (0)
"The Mad Hatter tried to offer a cup of tea to the March Hare, but his long ears were too distracting."
"his"
[ "The Mad Hatter", "the March Hare" ]
1 (1)
"Richard blackmailed Senator Carson so that his silence would be secured."
"his"
[ "Richard", "Senator Carson" ]
1 (1)
"Richard blackmailed Senator Carson so that his rise to power would be secured."
"his"
[ "Richard", "Senator Carson" ]
0 (0)
"Tradition dictated the captain hold the Stanley Cup first, and it was pretty."
"it"
[ "Tradition", "the Stanley Cup" ]
1 (1)
"Tradition dictated the captain hold the Stanley Cup first, and it is always followed."
"it"
[ "Tradition", "the Stanley Cup" ]
0 (0)
"The bat hit the ball because it was designed to hit."
"it"
[ "The bat", "the ball" ]
0 (0)
"The bat hit the ball because it was designed to be hit."
"it"
[ "The bat", "the ball" ]
1 (1)
"The program could successfully parse the file because it was programmed well."
"it"
[ "The program", "the file" ]
0 (0)
"The program could successfully parse the file because it was formatted well."
"it"
[ "The program", "the file" ]
1 (1)
"The article about the fires said that they torched most of Seattle."
"they"
[ "The article", "the fires" ]
1 (1)
"The article about the fires said that they would research the situation further."
"they"
[ "The article", "the fires" ]
0 (0)
"The winners were given the awards after they won."
"they"
[ "The winners", "the awards" ]
0 (0)
"The winners were given the awards after they were made."
"they"
[ "The winners", "the awards" ]
1 (1)
"The man jumped on the neighbor's pool and he swam."
"he"
[ "The man", "the neighbor" ]
0 (0)
"The man jumped on the neighbor's pool and he stared."
"he"
[ "The man", "the neighbor" ]
1 (1)
"The team shredded the report, so that it could rewrite a new one."
"it"
[ "The team", "the report" ]
0 (0)
"The team shredded the report, so that it could be rewritten."
"it"
[ "The team", "the report" ]
1 (1)
"Bob asked Tom if he could take him to the movies."
"he"
[ "Bob", "Tom" ]
0 (0)
"Bob asked Tom if he could lend some money."
"he"
[ "Bob", "Tom" ]
1 (1)
"Homer punched Flanders because he was being annoying."
"he"
[ "Homer", "Flanders" ]
1 (1)
"Homer punched Flanders because he was asked to."
"he"
[ "Homer", "Flanders" ]
0 (0)
"Nelson punched Milhouse but he was not hurt."
"he"
[ "Nelson", "Milhouse" ]
1 (1)
"Nelson punched Milhouse but he was not caught."
"he"
[ "Nelson", "Milhouse" ]
0 (0)
"The mermaid swam toward Sue and made her gasp."
"her"
[ "The mermaid", "Sue" ]
1 (1)
"The mermaid swam toward Sue and waved her tail."
"her"
[ "The mermaid", "Sue" ]
0 (0)
"The mother bear attacked Karen because she had gotten too close to her cub."
"she"
[ "The mother bear", "Karen" ]
1 (1)
"The mother bear attacked Karen because she was worried for her cub."
"she"
[ "The mother bear", "Karen" ]
0 (0)
"Mary smiled at Susan, but she did not smile back."
"she"
[ "Mary", "Susan" ]
1 (1)
"Mary smiled at Susan, but she was not happy to see her."
"she"
[ "Mary", "Susan" ]
0 (0)
"The leech latched onto the hippo so that it could enjoy the sunshine."
"it"
[ "The leech", "the hippo" ]
1 (1)
"The leech latched onto the hippo because it was hungry."
"it"
[ "The leech", "the hippo" ]
0 (0)
"The people protested the government because they were hungry."
"they"
[ "The people", "the government" ]
0 (0)
"The people protested the government because they were raising taxes."
"they"
[ "The people", "the government" ]
1 (1)
"I drank the beer with a lime because it was cold."
"it"
[ "the beer", "a lime" ]
0 (0)
"I drank the beer with a lime because it was sour."
"it"
[ "the beer", "a lime" ]
1 (1)
"The employer talked to the employee about being loyal to him."
"him"
[ "The employer", "the employee" ]
0 (0)
"The employer talked to the employee about firing him."
"him"
[ "The employer", "the employee" ]
1 (1)
"A chicken pecked at a bug and it ate it."
"it"
[ "A chicken", "a bug" ]
0 (0)
"A chicken pecked at a bug and it ran away."
"it"
[ "A chicken", "a bug" ]
1 (1)
"The dogs hate the fleas because they suck blood."
"they"
[ "The dogs", "the fleas" ]
1 (1)
"The dogs hate the fleas because they hate bugs."
"they"
[ "The dogs", "the fleas" ]
0 (0)
"Steven Seagal challenged Jean Claude Van Damme to a fight because he wanted to prove he was the stronger man."
"he"
[ "Steven Seagal", "Jean Claude Van Damme" ]
0 (0)
"Steven Seagal challenged Jean Claude Van Damme to a fight because he is a worthy opponent."
"he"
[ "Steven Seagal", "Jean Claude Van Damme" ]
1 (1)
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