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Topic: List of grammatical cases


  
  GIMP - Mailing Lists
Gimp User list topics are user problems, techniques, hardware advice (tablets, scanners, monitors), request for comments about images and usage in general.
English is the official language of the lists.
In general, you should delete spam, via list or direct, cos the best solution is to desintegrate the spammers, and the second best to ignore them (guess which one is legal).
www.gimp.org /mail_lists.html   (1238 words)

  
  Cases in Finnish
akkusatiivi (accusative, objective, the case of an object) is often listed as a case, too, although its form coincides with the form of the nominative or the form of the genitive, except for the personal pronouns which have specific accusative forms (minut, sinut, etc.).
Among the cases, the six cases inessiivi, elatiivi, illatiivi, adessiivi, ablatiivi, allatiivi form a rather orthogonal system of locative cases, with the first three referring to inner relations (in, from, into) and the rest to corresponding outer relations.
list of municipality names and their cases has been composed for such purposes.) Moreover, the cases essiivi and partitiivi originally had locative meanings, too, and this is still preserved in some adverbs and sayings (e.g.
www.cs.tut.fi /~jkorpela/finnish-cases.html   (1258 words)

  
  List of grammatical cases - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of cases as they are used by various inflectional languages that have declension.
Note: most cases used for location and motion can be used for time as well.
Russian (Note: the case in Slavic languages termed the "locative case" in English is actually a prepositional case.)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_grammatical_cases   (290 words)

  
 Inessive case - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This case carries the basic meaning of "in": for example, "in the house" is "talo·ssa" in Finnish, "maja·s" in Estonian, "etxea·n" in Basque, and "ház·ban" in Hungarian.
In Hungarian, the suffix "ban/ben" is most commonly used for inessive case, although many others, such as -on, -en, -ön and others are also used, especially with cities.
In the Finnish language, the inessive case is considered the first of the six locative cases, which correspond to locational prepositions in English.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Inessive   (135 words)

  
 Declension - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the general sense it is the alteration of a noun to indicate its grammatical role.
This noun is in the trigger case, and information elsewhere in the sentence (for example a verb affix in Tagalog) specifies the role of the trigger.
The trigger may be identified as the agent, patient, etc. Other nouns may be inflected for case, but the inflections are overloaded; for example, in Tagalog, the subject and object of a verb are both expressed in the genitive case when they are not in the trigger case.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Grammatical_case   (871 words)

  
 HLW: Grammatical Categories: Morphemes
Very little is specified with this word — a gender, a person, a number, and a case (nominative) — and it can potentially refer to a very wide range of things, nearly half of the people in the world in fact, as well as some animals under the right circumstances.
Because words on the grammatical end of the lexical-grammatical continuum have such vague meanings, they do not contribute as much to the overall meaning of a sentence as nouns, verbs, and adjectives do.
Note that grammatical morphemes include forms that we can consider to be words like the, a, and, and of and others that make up parts of words like -s, -ed, un-, and re-.
www.indiana.edu /~hlw/Inflection/morphemes.html   (3288 words)

  
 Vaja Case   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Case (KAH-seh) is also a plural form of the Italian word casa.
In the Finnish language, the Allative case is the fifth of the locative cases, with the basic meaning of "onto".
This is especially the case within the object-oriented community where they originated, but their applicability is not restricted to object-oriented systems, because use cases are not object orientated in nature.
www.wwwtln.com /finance/188/vaja-case.html   (579 words)

  
 GOLDSTEIN v. CALIFORNIA, 412 U.S. 546 (1973)
In such cases, a conflict would develop if a State attempted to protect that which Congress intended to be free from restraint or to free that which Congress had protected.
In those cases, the question was whether a State could, under principles of a state unfair competition law, preclude the copying of mechanical configurations which did not possess the qualities required for the granting of a federal design or mechanical patent.
In that case, we did not allow a State to use its unfair competition law to prevent copying of an article which lacked such novelty that it could not be patented.
www.law.cornell.edu /copyright/cases/412_US_546.htm   (8079 words)

  
 Grammatical evolution to design fractal curves with a given dimension
In grammatical evolution, the genotype is a string of eight-bit binary numbers generated at random and treated as integer values from 0 to 255.
In grammatical evolution, standard genetic algorithms are applied to the different genotypes in a population using the typical crossover and mutation operators.
In the case of genetic code degeneracy, the remainder of the integers modulo 11 is used.
www.research.ibm.com /journal/rd/474/ortega.html   (4394 words)

  
 The Animal list
List members do have a tendency to develop nicknames, but they are usually to differentiate among people of the same name, (Michael, Mike P, Michael-dot and Mama Duck, John H, John O and John the Nicknameless).
As this list is populated by people for whom delivering a lethal response is NOT an academic question, topics of conversation tend to address "next level" issues, such as legal, ethical, psychological, and moral issues and responsibilities arising from use of force.
The list is not real kind to "dojo darlings" who tend to rattle their keyboards without an ounce of actual experience or true believers who think that they have found the ultimate answer (or teacher) and will argue endlessly over the internet based on no experience what-so-ever.
www.nononsenseselfdefense.com /animallist.html   (9990 words)

  
 Glossary of Grammatical Terms
a grammatical construction in which two typically adjacent nouns referring to the same person or thing stand in the same syntactical relation to the rest of a sentence.
grammatical mood of a verb that expresses the will to influence the behavior of another, expressive of a command, entreaty, or exhortation.
a grammatical case that denotes ownership or a relation analogous to ownership.
www.cs.cf.ac.uk /fun/welsh/Glossary.html   (2316 words)

  
 Nominative case   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The nominative case is a grammatical case for a noun.
Moreover, in most languages with a nominative case, the nominative form is the lemma; that is, it is the one used to cite a word, to list it as a dictionary entry, etc.
In nominative-absolutive languages, the nominative case marks the subject of a transitive verb or a voluntary subject of an intransitive verb, but not an involuntary subject of an intransitive verb (for which the absolutive case is used).
www.abcworld.net /Nominative_case.html   (283 words)

  
 Introduction to the Case-Study Method
In some cases, the case writer(s) have provided questions to guide your analysis; in other cases it is up to you, the case analyst, to decide which questions are relevant in defining the problem.
The teacher is more likely to accept your solution even if he or she does not agree with it, if you are able to identify the issues, explain the analysis and logic that led you to choose a particular alternative, and lay out a good plan for implementing the decision.
Approached properly, case analysis can be extremely beneficial in preparing you for a career in agribusiness management by giving you a chance to develop decision-making skills in the classroom so that you will be better prepared to meet the challenges of your after-graduation job.
www.uidaho.edu /ag/agecon/391/casestudmeth.html   (1842 words)

  
 Filing A Claim   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If the action is for double or treble damages, list the amount owed (which must be $2000 or less) on the line given, but clearly state in the description of your claim below that you are suing for double or treble damages.
In cases involving contracts, sue for the difference between what you were owed and what you were paid.
For personal injury cases, consider medical costs you had to pay for yourself, loss of pay or vacation time, pain and suffering, and damage to property.
hcs.harvard.edu /~scas/Filing.htm   (2513 words)

  
 Case - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase
Letter case (the distinction between majuscule and minuscule letters) or sentence case
Cases in linguistic morphology; see declension and list of grammatical cases
Case Western Reserve University, a leading independent research university in Cleveland, Ohio.
www.indopedia.org /Case.html   (193 words)

  
 TEXT CORPORA: GRAMMATICAL QUERIES AND MORPHEMIC INDICES
Secondly, the grammatical glosses employed in the IMT can be integrated into a net of "grammatical classifiers", so that the language-specific morphological meanings are classified in terms of a more universal (hence, generally understandable) system of linguistic concepts.
In some cases, the only way to ensure the possi bility to select a certain subset of instances automatically is to resolve polysemy in IMT, that is, to use distinct glosses for different sub-meanings.
Other types of information (the MI itself, the lists of relevant contexts, etc.) are to be elicited a utomatically; whether this information is to be stored along with a corpus or elicited at runtime, is basically a matter of implementation.
www.ldc.upenn.edu /exploration/expl2000/papers/maslova/maslova.htm   (2673 words)

  
 Oblique case - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: )
casus generalis) is a noun case of analytic languages that is used generally when a noun is the predicate of a sentence or a preposition.
An oblique case can appear in any case relationship except the nominative case of a sentence subject or the vocative case of direct address.
In ergative-absolutive languages, the absolutive case is used for a direct object (the subject will then be in the ergative case); but the absolutive case is also used for the subject of an intransitive verb, where the subject is being passively described, rather than performing an action.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Oblique_case   (377 words)

  
 Zhyler Noun Cases
In this case, the noun in the genitive (which is the possessor) comes first, and the noun in the possessive (which is the possessed noun) comes second.
The state or condition, in Zhyler, is expressed with the nominative case, and the object (that is, the one who's left in that state) is expressed with the comitative.
As opposed to the caritive case, which is used with instruments that an action is completed without, and the privative case, which is used with individuals that an action is completed without, the abessive is used for possessions or persons (e.g., relatives) that one doesn't have.
dedalvs.free.fr /zhyler/ncases.html   (4416 words)

  
 Glossary of Grammar and Syntax
It consists of a noun or pronoun in the ablative case with a participle agreeing with it.
Grammatically, the words cat's and song's are both in the possessive (aka genitive) case, but there's a different kind of relationship each has to the nouns they're governing.
One maddening thing about prepositions in general is that often Latin cases have meanings that we have to translate into English by using one of our prepositions, even though there's no preposition in the Latin.
www.languages.uncc.edu /classics/latin/glossary.htm   (7809 words)

  
 List of Interactive Quizzes
are also listed within the section or digital handout to which they apply.
Quizzes done in Javascript are followed by (js) and those done with CGI are followed by (cgi).
For students for whom English is a Second Language, we also highly recommend the Self-Study Quizzes for ESL Students, a project of The Internet TESL Journal.
grammar.ccc.commnet.edu /grammar/quiz_list.htm   (338 words)

  
 How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
By adding to the flood, you could in extreme cases even be the straw that breaks the camel's back — quite a few times, contributors to popular projects have withdrawn their support because collateral damage in the form of useless e-mail traffic to their personal accounts became unbearable.
You've got to show me.") In diagnosticians' case, it's not a matter of skepticism, but rather a literal, functional need to see whatever is as close as possible to the same raw evidence that you see, rather than your surmises and summaries.
In the case of command-line processes, having a session log (e.g., using the script utility) and quoting the relevant twenty or so lines is very useful.
www.catb.org /~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html   (9648 words)

  
 Creating a Resume
List Duke University School of Law first, and be sure to include the city (Durham) and state (North Carolina).
Attorneys with experience in large national or transnational commercial transactions or cases may wish to prepare a Representative Deals (or Cases) List enumerating and discussing projects you have worked on as a practicing lawyer.
Only list computer skills that are relevant to a computer science degree or background where you might be seeking a position as an intellectual property lawyer.
www.law.duke.edu /career/intl_resumes.html   (1901 words)

  
 GreatLists.com - Direct Mail, Marketing & Email Lists for B2B Marketers
Use of such a list is highly likely to cause your SMTP server address to be added to numerous internet service provider ‘fl lists,” resulting in a permanent block of e-mail coming from your server.
And the fourth difference is that many list suppliers charge not only a fee for the rental of the list (like postal lists), but also a separate fee for the deployment of your message, along with other service fees for personalization, tracking and opt-out file suppression.
And like postal list suppliers, most e-mail list owners require that a complete sample of the e-mail message, including the Subject Line text, the message and any artwork to be broadcast in the e-mail be submitted with your order for review and approval.
www.greatlists.com /howto_email.htm   (1743 words)

  
 Declension - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the specific sense, such as declension I of Latin or the a-declension of Greek, it is a type of grammatical gender: A set of nouns which inflect the same way.
In modern English grammar, the same information is now mostly conveyed with word order and prepositions, though a few remnants of the older declined form of English still exist (for example, in pronouns, such as "he" vs. "him"; see Declension in English).
The Status of Morphological Case in the Icelandic Lexicon by Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Declension   (677 words)

  
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The one limitation that adding a case to this collection is that, other than distribution through ECCH, the case can not be placed for distribution with any other “custom case publishers.” Many of these other publishers, however, purchase cases directly from HBSP for inclusion into custom casebooks.
When a new case is added to the ECCH collection, it is announced to over 20,000 academics around the world in the mailing of the ECCH newsletter.
The case partner retains the copyright to the case and is free to use the case and to distribute it through any non-exclusive custom publisher.
faculty.babson.edu /cases/PublishingCasesatBabsonCollege.doc   (1593 words)

  
 Manufactured Home Rule Docket No. 12-0210-12581-1
The rules may include a list of specific safety items to be inspected at the time of installation.
The question of whether a rule has been shown to be reasonable focuses on whether it has been shown to have a rational basis, or whether it is arbitrary.
To cure this vagueness defect, the Department must either list the contents of the disclosure statement, or import the form language proposed for deletion in 1350.8600.
www.oah.state.mn.us /cases/mfghome.html   (7984 words)

  
 Gua\spi Reference Manual: Cases and Relations
This organizational syntax can be so simple because the grammar delivers unambiguous lists of arguments, whereas in English or Latin a combined syntax has to deal with both getting the arguments on the right predicates and getting them into the right cases, and so is a lot more complicated.
Definitions show the case numbers as X1, X2, etc. A caselink or a phrase-relative pronoun (described later) that pertains to a particular case finds that case wherever in the argument list it has been moved by conversion.
As with numbered cases, something must fill every modal case in each event even if no words specify what that thing is. For example, many events are done ``by means of'' something, though rarely do we put words to the instrument.
www.math.ucla.edu /~jimc/guaspi/cases.html   (3027 words)

  
 CREOLIZATION IS A SOCIAL, NOT A STRUCTURAL, PROCESS
Hagège (1993) reminds us that restructuring, however minimal, takes place in all cases of spontaneous language transmission, from one generation of speakers to another, even in communities to which a language variety is native.
Cases involving the development of African-American vernacular English and foreign workers' language varieties in Europe show clearly that integration within the native-speaking community is a more critical factor than the demographic disproportion, on which the literature on the development of creoles has capitalized (Mufwene, in press-a).
There are indeed cases involving no decreolization, such as in Réunion, where a putative creole has remained close enough to structures of its lexifier.
humanities.uchicago.edu /faculty/mufwene/mufw_creo.html   (6746 words)

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