Chama Cha Mapinduzi - Leadership - National leaders - National Chairman

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List of Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards - Current awards - 'Category B' awards


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 'Category B' awards United States/Canada MVP United States/Canada MVP Japanese MVP Japanese MVP Mexico MVP Mexico MVP Europe MVP Europe MVP Non Heavyweight MVP Non Heavyweight MVP Women's Wrestling MVP Women's Wrestling MVP Women's MMA MVP Women's MMA MVP Best Box Office Draw Best Box Office Draw Feud of the Year Feud of the Year Most Improved Most Improved Most Charismatic Most Charismatic Bryan Danielson Award (Best Technical Wrestler) Bryan Danielson Award (Best Technical Wrestler) Bruiser Brody Memorial Award (Best Brawler) Bruiser Brody Memorial Award (Best Brawler) Best Flying Wrestler Best Flying Wrestler Most Overrated Most Overrated

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Tsez language - Morphology - Nouns


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Nouns Nouns are inflected for number and case, and have noun classes assigned to them. Number Number Nouns can either be singular or plural. The plural is formed by adding bi to the stem in the absolutive case: besuro (fish ) → besuro bi (fish ). For all other cases, the suffix is za; thus, 'of the fish ' becomes besuro za s. bi besuro besuro bi za besuro za s Case Case There are eight syntactical and a much larger number of locative cases, which distinguish three categories: location, orientation, and direction. Thus, counting the locative and non locative cases together, there are a total of 64 cases. Tsez is an ergative–absolutive language, which means that it makes no distinction between the subject of an intransitive sentence and the object of a transitive one. Both are in the unmarked absolutive case; the agent of the transitive sentence is in the ergative case. According to Ramazan Rajabov, the oblique stem of 42% of the nouns is different from the absolutive stem. Some nouns change their internal structure (such as a vowel), but others add one of about 20 so called 'thematic suffixes' to their end, to which the other case suffixes are attached. For example, the word for 'language' or 'tongue' is mec, but its oblique stem is mecr , hence its plural is mecrebi, the ergative mecrā and so on. Rajabov says that the choice of the correct thematic suffix is sometimes difficult even for native speakers. It is likely that their origin lies in an application of two different plural forms, in a similar way as in English the word 'children' actually has two archaic plural endings: (e)r and en. In Tsez it is sometimes even possible to use both the archaic and the regular and more productive bi plural for a word. mec mecr mecrebi mecrā (e)r en bi Syntactic case suffixes Syntactic case suffixes Absolutive Ergative Genitive 1 Genitive 2 Dative Instrumental Equative 1 Equative 2 Of the two genitive cases, the first is used as attribute to an absolutive head noun and the second to an oblique one. That means, that the Genitive 1 is used for phrases like žekʼu s is (the man's bull), and the Genitive 2 is used for žekʼu z is er (for the man's bull). žekʼu s is žekʼu z is er The Equative 1 is used to make comparisons, like besuro ce (like a fish) and can also be attached to other cases. besuro ce Rajabov suggests 3 more syntactical cases, namely possessive 1 ( łay), possessive 2 ( xu) and abessive ( tay). However, their status is debatable, as they seem to show both inflectional as well as derivational tendencies. łay xu tay Locative case suffixes Locative case suffixes in (a hollow object) in (a mass), among on (horizontal) under at near on (vertical) at (position) to (destination) from (origin) towards (direction) The allative case is also called 'versative'. In the distal paradigm, it is used in the sense of 'behind' or 'beyond' and is then called 'posterior'. Of the forms, the upper one shows the non distal (i.e. close), the lower one the distal (i.e. far) form of the suffix. In the non distal there are sometimes two equal forms for the allative case. The epenthetic vowel o in parentheses is used after noun stems ending in a consonant; thus, 'next to the bull' is is xo, while 'next to the fish' is besuro x. non distal distal clarification needed clarification needed o is xo besuro x Noun classes Noun classes Tsez distinguishes four noun classes in the singular and two in the plural. They are prefixes that are attached to verbs, adjectives, adverbs, several postpositions like oƛƛʼo ('between') or iłe ('like') and the emphatic particle uy to show agreement with the noun. Agreement is only possible on vowel initial words or words that begin with a pharyngealized vowel, but there are also a few words beginning with a vowel that do not take these prefixes. oƛƛʼo iłe uy

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