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The inessive and illative forms are the most productive ones, while the terminative and prolative forms occur rarely and are not accepted by all speakers.
The conditions under which to can be used to express GOAL with various prepositions clearly requires further study, but it is good to keep in mind that we might be dealing here with to in some sort of terminative or limitative use ('until').
The observations were taken under temperature rise 3 [degrees]C/min, final temperature was 200 [degrees]C, terminative resistor 4 M[OMEGA], frequency 1 kHz.
In his description of the Ingrian language, Laanest (HaaHecT 1978 : 224-226) lists the Lower Luga comitative [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and terminative (s)sa among other morphological cases.
These sentences become much better--but are still marked--if the terminus role is represented not only by a topicalized argument, but also by a terminative particle inside the predicate phrase:
In addition to terminative aspect, the use of Korean V-a/e pelita is also associated with the speaker's evaluative stance.
Only the names of the clitic cases are different; the terminative is presented in the section on adverb formation.
In addition, there is one finite verb aspect, the terminative ti, which is never directly followed by conjunct/disjunct marking; either another aspect or tense marker follows it and is in turn followed by conjunct/disjunct, or the verb remains unmarked for this.
Une methode elaboree initialement pour la langue same du Nord, encore prototypique de l'oralite pure--malgre son evolution typologique rapide depuis l'adoption d'sune orthographe unifiee en 1979--a permis de degager, sur la base d'une analyse de corpus large, une typologie [des Questions (Q) et] des Reponses (R) distinguant R simple (delimitee par une intonation terminative, ne contient qu'une predication principale) [pas egale a] R complexe (delimitee de meme, mais contient deux ou plus de deux predications coordonnees ou subordonnees) [pas egale a] R multiple (succession d'enonces lies par un tempo rapide).
39) she distinguishes DIRECTIONAL (movement towards a goal) from TERMINATIVE (movement towards and attainment of a goal) and crucially subdivides the latter into ILLATIVE (crossing of a boundary into) and ALLATIVE (without such specification).
In the case of a terminative eventuality, or an event, the entire E-interval is mapped onto one single evaluation point [diamond] S on the S-track.
The main function of terminative should be explained not as "aim or destination of an action" (p.