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From Plot Hole to Hidden Information Transfer: A Completive Approach
As far as the lower position of the so-called exclusive adverb is concerned, the data presented in this section lead us to conclude that it is located between the frustrative aspect (lexicalized by the adverb em vao'in vain') and the completive aspect (completamente 'completely'), in accordance with the template given in (64').
In addition, if non-cohesive soil is categorised as unfavourable, completive investigations should be obligatory to exclude untypical failure types such as internal erosion.
Doha is the biggest growing market after Dubai; the only problem their legislations are very tough, so with hotels so close together so it's extremely completive.
As one of the global leaders in this industry, JinkoSolar will help and demonstrate the off grid applications of solar power with completive cost per kWh.
16) These are the completive and passive forms of the verb nyabud, 'to come up,' 'to appear.
We argue that specialist services that enhance race equality can help render better outcomes within this completive market.
Recent evidence regarding the performance of traits and traited crop seed markets for corn, cotton, and soybeans may signal fundamental underlying completive problems that deserve attention, not only by the courts and antitrust enforcers, but by agriculture policymakers.
So in order to enhance the completive advantage highly committed employees are needed to the organization for increasing change (Lok & Crawford, 2001).
We do prescribed burns in Arkansas to lessen fire danger around structures and wooded areas, and promote healthier forest by removing completive or evasive species," says Ranger Doug Carter of Mount Magazine State Park.
Lozier said continues to emphasize that even with the increased difficulty in tracking interchange, credit unions still have a significant completive advantage over the larger banks in debit cards and checking accounts.
This contrasts with the resultative, completive use of the synchronic perfect participle, an example of which is given in the following passage: