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Kerr, Maurya: tommy noun
Kerr, Maurya: tommy noun

tommy noun , "tommy noun." employs familiar systems of knowledge and construction-grammar, dictionary, myth, legacy-as anchor to speak to the death of someone too young. What happens when sorrow deluges the capacity, the rules, of comprehension? This collection attempts to write itself into understanding and grace, in the voices of the mourning and the mourned, both human and animal. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Noun, Alexa: In Love Again
Noun, Alexa: In Love Again

In Love Again , "LOVE" just a four-letter word, but has a power to rule the world. It can be of any form. Mothers, Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Friend's and then there is a love which we share with a person with whom we want to spend the rest of our life. Irrespective of the form, it is really strong, but this love between two lovers is sometimes so strong that it can fight against the destiny planned for the fate. Come and see the fight of a wonderful lover who will not leave any stones unturned to just fight for love and will never let the cruel fate have its way. And then there is our famous common say, "A thin line between hate and love." Someone is ready to erase that thin line with all the power they have. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Nastase, Roxana: English Grammar - The Noun
Nastase, Roxana: English Grammar - The Noun

English Grammar - The Noun , Explanations & Exercises with Key , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Veselovská, Ludmila: Noun Phrases in Czech
Veselovská, Ludmila: Noun Phrases in Czech

Noun Phrases in Czech , Their Structure and Agreements , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Wie übersetzt man "noun possessor linguistics" ins Deutsche?

"noun possessor linguistics" kann ins Deutsche als "Nomenbesitzer Linguistik" übersetzt werden.

"noun possessor linguistics" kann ins Deutsche als "Nomenbesitzer Linguistik" übersetzt werden.

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Bongartz, Christiane: Noun Combination in Interlanguage
Bongartz, Christiane: Noun Combination in Interlanguage

Noun Combination in Interlanguage , Typology Effects in Complex Determiner Phrases , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Vase Noun Aus Aluminium (Farbe: Gold)
Vase Noun Aus Aluminium (Farbe: Gold)

Dekorative Vase Aus Aluminium hochwertig verarbeitet! Im schicken Farbton! Pur oder mit Kunstblumen befüllt Die Wasse kann nicht mit Wasser befüllt werden Eine schöne Geschenkidee! Maße: 16 00 x 16 00 x 36 00 cm Geben Sie Ihrem Zuhause ein neues Highlight mit dieser Vase aus Aluminium. Die zeitlose Schönheit ist in einem eleganten Farbton gehalten. Das pflegeleichte Deko-Objekt bietet Ihnen ganzjährig Möglichkeiten es zu verwenden: ob als pures Deko-Objekt auf Ihrem Esstisch oder befüllt mit künstlichen Blumenstielen als Willkommensgruß im Flur. Diese Vase ist eine reine Deko-Vase es lässt sich kein Wasser einfüllen. Bestellen Sie gleich die dekorative Vase NOUN aus Aluminium (Farbe: gold) hier bei uns im Shop!

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Noun phrases in early Germanic languages
Noun phrases in early Germanic languages

Noun phrases in early Germanic languages , On the premise that syntactic variation is constrained by factors that may not always be immediately obvious, this volume explores various perspectives on the nominal syntax in the early Germanic languages and the syntactic diversity they display. The fact that these languages are relatively well attested and documented allows for individual cases studies as well as comparative studies. Due to their well-observable common ancestry at the time of their earliest attestations, they moreover permit close-up comparative investigations into closely related languages. Besides the purely empirical aspects, the volume also explores the methodological side of diagnosing, classifying and documenting the details of syntactic diversity. The volume starts with a description by Alexander Pfaff and Gerlouf Bouma of the principles underlying the Noun Phrases in Early Germanic Languages (NPEGL) database, before Alexander Pfaff presents the Patternization method for measuring syntactic diversity. Kristin Bech, Hannah Booth, Kersti Börjars, Tine Breban, Svetlana Petrova, and George Walkden carry out a pilot study of noun phrase variation in Old English, Old High German, Old Icelandic, and Old Saxon. Kristin Bech then considers the development of Old English noun phrases with quantifiers meaning ¿many¿. Alexandra Rehn¿s study is concerned with the inflection of stacked adjectives in Old High German and Alemannic. Old High German is also the topic of Svetlana Petroväs study, which looks at inflectional patterns of attributive adjectives. With Hannah Booth¿s contribution we move to Old Icelandic and the use of the proprial article as a topic management device. Juliane Tiemann investigates adjective position in Old Norwegian. Alexander Pfaff and George Walkden then take a broader view of adjectival articles in early Germanic, before Alexander Pfaff rounds off the volume with a study of a peculiar class of adjectives, the so-called positional predicates, which occur across the early Germanic languages. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Olsen, Birgit Anette: The Noun in Biblical Armenian
Olsen, Birgit Anette: The Noun in Biblical Armenian

The Noun in Biblical Armenian , TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks, as well as studies that provide new insights by approaching language from an interdisciplinary perspective. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a forum for cutting-edge research based on solid empirical data on language in its various manifestations, including sign languages. It regards linguistic variation in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions as well as in its social contexts as important sources of insight for a better understanding of the design of linguistic systems and the ecology and evolution of language. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS publishes monographs and outstanding dissertations as well as edited volumes, which provide the opportunity to address controversial topics from different empirical and theoretical viewpoints. High quality standards are ensured through anonymous reviewing. To discuss your book idea or submit a proposal, please contact Birgit Sievert. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften

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Semantics - Noun Phrases  Verb Phrases And Adjectives  Kartoniert (TB)
Semantics - Noun Phrases Verb Phrases And Adjectives Kartoniert (TB)

Gain a deeper understanding of essential research on the semantics of noun phrases and verb phrases. Clear explanations of significant recent research bring complex issues to life with expert guidance on topics of debate within the field. The book gives readers valuable insights into topics such as definiteness specificity genericity aspect aktionsart and mood. It also discusses directions for future research. Written by a world-class team of authors these highly cited articles are here in paperback for the first time since their original publication. An essential reference for researchers in the area.

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Nikolaeva, Irina: Mixed Categories: The Morphosyntax of Noun Modification
Nikolaeva, Irina: Mixed Categories: The Morphosyntax of Noun Modification

Mixed Categories: The Morphosyntax of Noun Modification , The Morphosyntax of Noun Modification , >

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Noun Phrases In Australian Languages - Dana Louagie  Kartoniert (TB)
Noun Phrases In Australian Languages - Dana Louagie Kartoniert (TB)

This book presents a first comprehensive typological analysis of noun phrases in Australian languages covering the domains of classification qualification quantification determination and constituency. The analysis is based on a representative sample of 100 languages. Among other points the results call into question the classic idea that Australian languages tend to lack phrasal structures in the nominal domain with over two thirds of the languages showing evidence for phrasehood. Moreover it is argued that it may be more interesting to typologise languages on the basis of where and how they allow phrasal structure rather than on the basis of a yes-no answer to the question of constituency. The analysis also shows that a determiner slot can be identified in about half of the languages even though they generally lack 'classic' determiner features like obligatory use in particular contexts or a restriction to one determiner per NP. Special attention is given to elements which can be used both inside and beyond determiner slots demonstrating how part of speech and functional structure do not always align. The book is of interest to researchers documenting Australian languages as well as to typologists and theorists.

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Nouns Almanac: Every Day a new Noun is born (Face, Mint)
Nouns Almanac: Every Day a new Noun is born (Face, Mint)

Nouns Almanac: Every Day a new Noun is born , Nouns are dripping in personality making them easy to bond with. Unlike the cartoon pictures that people bonded with growing up in the late 20th Century, no one owns the Nouns look. That means we all get to enjoy Nouns and can introduce the Nouns to our worldview, create our own stories around them and ultimately help a Noun or two find a home in our little part of the universe. As you read through the Nouns Almanac, some Nouns might catch your eye. Make a note. Nouns are powerful like that. Beneath the surface, the Nouns have access to an increasingly significant pool of resources to make sure their homes are warm and comfy. While no one owns the Nouns, there are some good people who look after their home on the blockchain. On each page the current Noun owner is shown. Their job is to provide a home for a Noun in their digital wallet. The Noun owner doesn't have any rights to what the Noun wears or looks like, nor do they care. Instead, they embrace anyone sharing their Noun with as many people as possible. Because no ones personality can be owned, Nouns are an embodiment of that culture that we are all free beings. You can find each Noun at the Nouns owner address. Sometimes we know who looks after the Noun, other times the Nouns owner prefers to stay in the background. The owner often looks after the Noun from the day it is born for the rest of its life. Sometimes a Noun might move to a new address on the blockchain as a warmer and comfier space opens up. None of this is to say that Nouns don't have significant resources and power. In fact one day, we believe they will be the most powerful cartoon characters on the planet. Every day, another Noun joins the community. In ten years, there will be almost 4,000 Nouns. In three thousand years, there will be over one million Nouns. , > , Erscheinungsjahr: 20220616, Produktform: Leinen, Autoren: Face, Mint, Seitenzahl/Blattzahl: 312, Themenüberschrift: ART / Individual Artists / Artists''Books~COMPUTERS / Blockchain, Fachschema: Art & Art Instruction, Text Sprache: eng, Verlag: LIGHTNING SOURCE INC, Länge: 279, Breite: 216, Höhe: 24, Gewicht: 1293, Produktform: Gebunden, Genre: Importe, Genre: Importe, Herkunftsland: VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA (US), Katalog: Gesamtkatalog, Katalog: internationale Titel, Unterkatalog: AK, Unterkatalog: Bücher, Unterkatalog: Hardcover,

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