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Obviously, this does not apply to suppletive nouns and nouns taking the diminutive suffix -ma/-mhe, which are obligatorily marked for number by means of this derivational suffix, as can be seen in (7c).
of suppletive law that the parties could alter by contract to remove it,
By exercising the control of law constitutionality, the Constitutional Court emits decisions that can be registered, according to the specialised authors, in two categories: interpretative jurisprudence and suppletive jurisprudence (Danisor, 2003: 124).
Reciprocity in trade, enforced in suppletive law in terms of the principles of consent, has continued to prevail as the basis of commerciality." (53) Reciprocity is, in this way, the distinctive property of systems of decentralized commercial order.
For instance, Villarreal Olaizola & Garcia Mayo (2009) examined the variable use of copula and auxiliary be (i.e., suppletive inflection) and [3.sup.rd] person singular morpheme -s and past tense morpheme -ed (affixal inflection) by 56 learners of English in their last year of compulsory education (aged 14-15) following a CLIL programme and a mainstream EFL programme.
They are part and parcel of a body of suppletive rules that were created by the legislature at the time of the codification and that make it possible to adapt the forum determination process to the circumstances of each case, thus providing a Quebec authority with a degree of flexibility in determining whether it has jurisdiction: arts.
The weak and strong classes, as well as contracted verbs, preterite-present verbs, are taken into account, whereas anomalous verbs are disregarded because they are often suppletive. The following analytical steps can be distinguished.
This is because even within the deep interior of consciousness and its preconscious flanking territory, and maybe especially there, the processes of mental and emotional activity are structured like language, just as is the interior silence between bouts of notional utterance; and since language characterizes and composes the person, and alternative or suppletive extra presence is likely to be construed as a personalized agency, to be recognized as a presence in person form.
(21) More specifically, they are suppletive in the third person plural of the medio-passive indicative perfect and pluperfect of verbs with consonant-final roots verbs, and the medio-passive subjunctive and optative perfect.
To the extent that the inflectional paradigm provides a similar, though stronger, more grammaticalized matrix for a suppletive stem, it is perhaps not inappropriate to talk of suppletion of a base of a derived form as analogous to suppletion of the stem of an inflected form.