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HSV-IgG that is produced in the period of reconvalescence is revealed in the background of clinical manifestations: jaundice conjugational (42 patients), neonatal jaundice (three patients), fetal hepatitis (eight patients), cerebral ischemia (five patients), intrauterine infection (two patients), fetal pneumonia (one patient), anemia (one patient), and a purulent mastitis in one case.
In the light of optimism and conjugational commitment that were variables depending to the present study, it was necessary to hold a session on this topic.
roots have syllabic tiers of cv, conjugational vowels are suffixed to the lateral /[?
Mutual interaction between non-verbal and verbal conjugational paradigms is attested also in the present tense conjugational paradigms of the Mordvinic languages.
Although at most one set of endings shows morphologically conditioned allomorphy, form variation within the conjugational system still determines a robust class system.
lt;wine>: Campbell 1959: [section] [section]585, 599), or conjugational categories as in <sie> (e.
131-69) introduces the reader to the spread of some dialectal differences in the conjugational paradigms of northwestern Hausa verbs in a contrastive manner, using "Standard Hausa" as a point of reference.
Table 1 The distribution of conditional forms by person Short Long Examples of forms with Person forms forms conjugational endings Sg1 58 3 ma tahaksin 'I would want' Sg2 10 7 sa peaksid 'you should' Sg3 69 -- Pl1 27 1 me viskaksime 'we would throw' Pl2 1 5 te voiksite 'you could' Pl3 10 5 nad oleksid 'they would be' Undistinguished 32 -- Neg 21 -- Table 2 The use of pronouns with verb forms without personal endings Short pronoun Long pronoun immediately immediately before the verb before the verb Person (e.
YPC 102), has been kept in the language in its different conjugational forms, used as the counterpart to ulini 'to live' in a pair-verb: ulom-vilem 'we'll live, we'll be', uli'l'am-vilil'am 'they lived, they were once', ulem-vilem 'he/she lived, he/she was once', ulon-vilon 'life-existence' (nomen actionis) etc.
kakteksa(n) 'eight' and *ukteksa(n) 'nine' are traditionally analyzed as *kakta-eksan and *ukteeksa where *kakta 'two' and *ukte 'one' are put together with *-eksa(n) and the last one is considered as negation verb stem *e- + "modal-reflexive conjugational suffix" *-k- + Px3 Sing suffix *-sa + "dual suffix" *-n with output meaning 'two/one does not exist'.
c) The entire conjugational system is characterized by the tendency not to mark the person in those verb forms where the marked mood (or mode of speech) is manifested.