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- (venitive) and 'take (away)' (andative). proto-polynesian is reconstructed as having four directional particles used for verbs, venitive *mai, andative *atu
- anders jonas'. dictionary of scientific biography 1. new york: charles scribner's sons. pp. 166–167. isbn 0-684-10114-9.  media related to anders jonas
- same name, see anders sandøe Ørsted (botanist). anders sandøe Ørsted (21 december 1778, rudkøbing – 1 may 1860) was a danish politician and jurist. he served
- 000 speakers, serves as a literary language for 60,000 speakers of the andic branch as well as for speakers of the related tsezic (didoic) languages
- andal ampatuan, jr. (born august 15, 1976) is the former mayor of datu unsay, maguindanao. he is the son of patriarch andal ampatuan sr., and his family
- nonetheless, flat adverbs are preferred in some cases, as in 'take it easy' and 'sleep tight'. 'drive safe: in praise of flat adverbs' with emily brewster
- in linguistics, modal particles are always uninflected words, and are a type of grammatical particle. they are used to indicate how the speaker thinks
- animated) 'referent represented by the subject combines the activity of actor and undergoes a change of state like a patient/subject'. parry, mair (1998)