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Page 6 of Canadian Personnel and Industrial Relations Journal Vol. 3, Issue 3 [page]

1956 Canadian Personnel and Industrial Relations Journal  
First, there is your “management rights” clause.  ...  If you were to have a wide-open clause of arbitration, whereby any griev- ance or dispute may be taken to ar- bitration, you might find that your right to curtail operations and to lay off is seriously  ... 

The Multidimensionality of Cebuano Pronominals - Avenues for a Qualitative Investigation

Jennifer Tan-de Ramos
2021 International Journal of Language and Linguistics  
In sum, the findings open interesting avenues for students in Applied Linguistics to further investigate.  ...  Findings reveal the dynamic nature of Cebuano pronominals in relation to the other morphological elements preceded or are followed by them.  ...  In the ergative component, the first pronoun in the subject part of the clause acts as the agent and the latter pronoun in the predicate part acts as the patient in a clause.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijll.20210904.22 fatcat:nlflp6kimrfljdyoarjnw75unu

Co-Operation in the Classroom

William Gardner Hale
1916 The Classical journal  
In the first place, the men and women who make your grammars and your notes and your composition books are mortals, just like you and me, and, outside of Latin, certainly not infallible.  ...  But even if you haven't this lexicon, you can find your proof by reading. An example has, in fact, already occurred.  ... 


Hernovianti Puspa Sari, Neng Rini Dartini, Euis Rina Mulyani
2019 Project (Professional Journal of English Education)  
from 28 clauses which be analyzed because the clauses only have one element, it is residue.  ...  The writers classified them based on Mood-Residue elements and made the conclusion based on the research findings.  ...  Or have you completely erased me from your memory? Clause Interpersonal Meaning Analysis Mood Residue S F P C Aj Or have you completely erased me from your memory?  ... 
doi:10.22460/project.v2i1.p94-101 fatcat:eoi5msucpfayfjc5nx7hlecwhq

Free and depedent small clauses in Brazilian Portuguese

Mary Aizawa Kato
2007 DELTA: Documentação de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada  
This paper examines free small clauses, which, unlike dependent small clauses, exhibit peculiar properties: (a) they are restricted to occur with individual level and event adjectives, (b) they have to  ...  The derivation of free small clauses is parallel to canonical cleft sentences.  ...  Acho muito competente o seu secretário find-1Sg very competent-Sg the-Sg your-Sg secretary-Sg 'I find your secretary to be competent' The V-to-COMP Hypothesis As the landing site of V in V-to-Comp is  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0102-44502007000300007 fatcat:6jp27rfh7nenjdybo7q563hhca

Page 29 of Journal of Biblical Literature Vol. 6, Issue [page]

1886 Journal of Biblical Literature  
The effect of omitting 77s cwrnpias in the first clause is ‘to make the second clause merely repeat (but repeat with added force and tenderness) the apodosis of the first ; and then the third clause takes  ...  But if this be so, it is intolerable to find the two apodoses different.  ... 

ConcBugAssist: constraint solving for diagnosis and repair of concurrency bugs

Sepideh Khoshnood, Markus Kusano, Chao Wang
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis - ISSTA 2015  
• Even though I am sure we are all more than familiar, let me go over what I believe to be the typical day of a programmer • You start your day at your desk, staring at your screen, building the next best  ...  the compiler is happy, and you feel its time for a well deserved break • Just for good measure, you decide to actually run your program just to admire your handy work • At this point, your beautiful creation  ...  . • This set of minimal constraints can be either directly presented to the user or passed to our automated repair procedure which I will describe later • The first step of our procedure is to pass the  ... 
doi:10.1145/2771783.2771798 dblp:conf/issta/KhoshnoodKW15 fatcat:qk36pq7ourfk3j7fgiawmj3jma

Page 63 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 61, Issue 9 [page]

1961 Catholic School Journal  
First of all, It eliminates the coinsurance clause; and offers extended coverage at appreciable rate savings. the contract covers on a blanket basis.  ...  clause are set aside for a period of 12 months following your filing of values.  ... 


Jumayeva Shahlo Shokirovna
2019 Zenodo  
The Subjunctive Mood is used in conditional sentences to express an unreal condition (in the subordinate clause) and an unreal consequence (in the principal clause).  ...  In the first of these the condition refers to the past and the consequence refers to the present or future. e.g. If you had taken your medicine yesterday, you would be well now.  ...  If in the subordinate clause the mood auxiliary should is used, we often find the Indicative Mood in the principal clause. e.g. If he should come, ask him to wait.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3252758 fatcat:c4khmkrn4vcoxo4a7hnjsrmhhi

Page 34 of Primary Cardiology Vol. 11, Issue 2 [page]

1985 Primary Cardiology  
Whether you are thinking of buying your first computer or planning to expand your system, you'll find specific purchasing advice here. An Ounce of Prevention. . .  ...  He notes two points you should remember during any negotiation: (1) Ask vendors to strike standard clauses and/or in- sert your own clauses; many vendors will do so without hesitation.  ... 

The Use of the Future Subjunctive in Colonial Spanish Texts: Evidence of Vitality or Demise?

Sonia Kania
2021 Languages  
The data support findings that the future subjunctive first fell out of use in temporal adverbial clauses, while exhibiting the most apparent productivity in relative clauses.  ...  The first corpus consists of 255 documents dated 1561–1646 pertaining primarily to the historical area of New Galicia and dealing with matters of the Real Audiencia of Guadalajara.  ...  discussion of this phenomenon. 16 Indeed, the RAE's 1931 edition (RAE 1931) appears to go further in describing the future subjunctive as a functioning paradigm by including its appearance in temporal clauses  ... 
doi:10.3390/languages6040157 fatcat:4taw65izq5blniojmmvhg4iirq

Page 79 of Massachusetts Law Review Vol. 8, Issue 5 [page]

1923 Massachusetts Law Review  
May I say this to your Honors, returning to the first proposi- tion for a moment?  ...  That in the interpretation of this general welfare clause, I want your Honors to have your attention called to the appendix of our brief, in which we have stated the inter- pretation which we have given  ... 

Page 701 of The Volta Review Vol. 12, Issue 11 [page]

1911 The Volta Review  
Perhaps at first you may find the changed wording more difficult than the original story with which you are familiar.  ...  But surely in time you will find your assistant’s own wording easier than the original form, which  ... 

Page 388 of The Solicitors' Journal Vol. 25, Issue [page]

1881 The Solicitors' Journal  
Davidson thought so little of the clause that in the first edition of his “ Concise Conveyancing,” published in 1845, he inserted, at page 87, a note to the clause that “this proviso is in most cases of  ...  a clause.  ... 

Page 225 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 42, Issue 7 [page]

1942 Catholic School Journal  
Now since you can find what is given, grammatically, how will you always work out your proof? With what tools or information?” “With what is given us.” “Correct.  ...  Teacher: Which of the above is your given, did you say? Pupil: The part in brackets. Teacher: Which to prove? Pupil: Always the Principal Clause.  ... 
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