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treatment of vowels in hiatus. Vowel hiatus, i.e. adjacent vowels, is banned in most environments in the language. When a combination of two morphemes results in adjacent vowels, a number of strategies are used in the language to resolve it. Two of these

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and/or simplify the language. Editors were also asked about their treatment of books with different audience age. While 50% of them did not answer the question (not deeming it applicable to their own work), among those who answered, the vast majority

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somebody in a devilish manner, which I deny. But, as I said earlier, my dear child having come to such bitter treatment I said, in a legal manner of speaking, that the persons who had so hounded my child and sought him out to bring his death upon him were

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the φ ()-function. Does that mean that there are no cases of repeated application of φ () at all? I will assume that such cases do exist, but that they are a better fit for compounds and phrases. My treatment of compounds will differ from Kaye's, and

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with a structure of a different size. The rest follows from a general theory of spellout introduced in Section 2.2 . 3.2 The instrumental Let me now turn to the question as to whether (and how) we can extend the treatment of the nominative to also

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and the smoothed-in decoration’s shine, therefore, depends not only the surface treatment but also on the firing method. 73 The pattern consists mostly of thick lines (7 pieces: vertical bands, wavy line, lattice pattern), only in the case of two jugs

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context of the funeral, through the choice of objects or the treatment of the body, varies in time and space. By employing the same principle, religion, origin and ethnic identity can manifest themselves and overlap when they coexist in different forms, or

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–337 ; MARTINENGO CESARESCO, E. : Nature in the Earlier Roman Poets. The Contemporary Review 69 (1896) 576– 583, sp. 578–580 ; ALLEN, K. : The Treatment of Nature in the Poetry of the Roman Republic (Exclusive of Comedy). Madison 1899, 182–187 ; GOETHALS, É. : Le

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offered him. 84 Personally, I lean toward the minority point of view, which sees neither necromancy nor a literary treatment of contemporary necromantic practices in the ceremony that is described. 85 Above all, Atossa’s visit to the grave lacks the basic

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, English Translation and Commentary 1998 Mazuz, H. (2014a): Polemical Treatment of the Story of the Annunciation of Isaac

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