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  • 101grammar — n. 1. Accidence, laws or rules of a language, forms of a language, correct mode of writing and speaking a language. 2. Propriety of speech, right use of language, art of speaking or writing correctly. 3. Treatise on grammar, manual or handbook of …

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  • 102inflection — n. 1. Bending, curvature, bend, curvity, flexure, crook. 2. (Gram.) Variation (in declension or in conjugation), accidence; declension, conjugation, and comparison. 3. (Music and Elocution.) Modulation (of the voice) …

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  • 103grammar — n (all of language) system, order, organization; principles, rules, laws; rudiments, basics, essentials, accidence; linguistics, Linguistics. syntax, sentence structure or formation; Linguistics. structuralism, transformational grammar,… …

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  • 104inflection — n 1. modulation, phrasing, suspension; pronunciation, articulation, enunciation, utterance, vocalization, voice, voicing, phonation; elocution, diction, dialect, speech pattern, manner of speaking, mode of expression; delivery, presentation,… …

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  • 105inflection — in•flec•tion [[t]ɪnˈflɛk ʃən[/t]] n. 1) modulation of the voice; change in pitch or tone of voice 2) gram. a) the process of adding affixes to or changing the shape of a base to give it a different syntactic function without changing its form… …

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  • 106grammar — [n] language rules ABCs*, accidence, alphabet, elements, fundaments, linguistics, morphology, principles, rudiments, sentence structure, stratification, structure, syntax, tagmemics; concepts 275,276,770 …

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  • 107all good things must come to an end — The addition of ‘good’ is a recent development. The earlier forms may be compared with everything has an end. c 1440 Partonope of Blois (EETS) 1. 11144 Ye wote [know] wele of all thing moste be an ende. 1562 G. LEGH Accidence of Armoury 182 All… …

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  • 108slow but sure — Sure means properly ‘sure footed, deliberate’ and is frequently contrasted with slow as in 1562 G. LEGH Accidence of Armoury 97 Although the Asse be slowe, yet is he sure. Closely related to the previous proverb (slow and steady wins the race).… …

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  • 109no time like the present — 1562 G. LEGH Accidence of Armoury 225v Mary [to be sure] sir no time better then euen now. 1696 M. MANLEY Lost Lover IV. i. No time like the present. 1888 M. OLIPHANT Second Son I. iv. ‘If you were a passing this way, sir, some time in the… …

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  • 110case — case1 [kās] n. [ME & OFr cas, an event < L casus, a chance, lit., falling, pp. of cadere, to fall < IE base * k̑ad , to fall > Sans s̍ad , to fall off] 1. an example, instance, or occurrence [a case of carelessness, a case of measles] 2 …

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  • 111inflectional morphology — noun the part of grammar that deals with the inflections of words • Syn: ↑accidence • Hypernyms: ↑morphology …

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  • 112ЕВАНГЕЛИЕ. ЧАСТЬ II — Язык Евангелий Проблема новозаветного греческого Дошедшие до нас оригинальные тексты НЗ написаны на древнегреч. языке (см. ст. Греческий язык); существующие версии на др. языках это переводы с греческого (или с др. переводов; о переводах… …

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  • 113HEBRAISTS, CHRISTIAN — (1100–1890). Factors governing gentile enterprises in Hebrew scholarship prior to the latest phase of more widespread secular attitudes may be distinguished as (1) motivation; (2) scholarly facilities; and (3) occasion; appreciation and… …

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  • 114IBN YASHUSH, ISAAC ABU IBRAHIM — (also known by his Arab name, Abū Ibrāhīm ibn Kastār; d. 1056), Hebrew grammarian and Bible commentator. Born in Toledo, he was court physician of the ruler of Denia (a maritime power on the eastern coast of the Iberian peninsula) Mujāhid al… …

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  • 115MARGOLIS, MAX LEOPOLD — (1886–1932), U.S. biblical and Semitic scholar. Born in Russia, Margolis received a thorough training in Bible and Talmud as well as in modern sciences and languages in his native country and in Berlin. In 1889 he went to the United States. His… …

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