And it is evident in the inflective
music of her utterances.
Its Latin aspect, which made its way into English via Norman French, is inflective
On the other hand, when persons injured in the right anterior hemisphere lose the ability to express the tonal, inflective
, or nonverbal aspects of emotion, they sound flat and uninterested.
On the lexicographical side, gathering a list of verbal lemmata and filing them into a database is relevant because the standard dictionaries of Old English, including An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary and The student's Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon, do not offer an exhaustive inventory of the inflective
forms of each headword and The Dictionary of Old English, which does, is still in progress (the letter G was published in 2008).
The sum of these activities, together with her own studio work, constitutes a mutually inflective
practice in which Grabner's paintings, drawings, and prints mine the interstices of both material and social fabrics.
are treated as exclusively inflective
and, consequently, left out of the inventory of suffixes selected for the analysis.
For example, faer, which is a bare stem, represents an instance of zero-derivation proper whereas bryce, with a final -e morpheme, is a case of overlapping of inflection and derivation, given that the morpheme performs an inflective
and a derivational function simultaneously.
On the other hand, inflective
languages have the following features:
loop may need to cover about a perfect fifth (from a third below to a third above the indicated pitch of turning) for one to fully experience the shift, since a vowel's transition is gradual and spreads over an interval of about a major second to a major third.