Found:

Right upward monotonicity

**SEMANTICS: **an NP, interpreted as a **quantifier** Q, has the property of being right upward monotone if and only if for all subsets X and Y of the domain of entities E condition (i) holds.

(i) if X in Q and X subset Y, then Y in QRight upward monotonicity can be tested as in (ii):

(ii) All dogs walked rapidly => all dogs walked (iv) At most two dogs walked rapidly =/=> at most two dogs walkedSo a true sentence of the form [

LIT. | Gamut, L.T.F. (1991) |