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Inalienable possession - Other languages - Wuvulu

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Wuvulu Wuvulu language is a small language spoken in Wuvulu Island. Direct possession has a close relationship with inalienability in the Oceanic linguistics. Similarly, the inherent possession of the possessor is called the possessum. The inalienable noun also has a possessor suffix and includes body parts, kin terms, locative part nouns, and derived nouns. According to Hafford's research, ' u' (my), ' mu' (your) and 'na '(his/her/its) are three direct possession suffix in Wuvulu. Direct possession suffix ' u'(my), ' mu' (your) and 'na '(his/her/its) can be taken to attach the noun phrase of body part.

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Subject–object–verb - Examples - Hindi

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2014 Denver Broncos season - Regular season - Game summaries

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Game summaries Week 1: vs. Indianapolis Colts Week 1: vs. Indianapolis Colts Week One: Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos – Game summary 24 Broncos 31 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (NBC) First quarter First quarter Drive: 16 plays, 77 yards, 6:35. Drive: Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 8 54, 4:00. Drive: Drive: 9 plays, 83, yards, 5:24. Drive: Drive: 7 plays, 71 yards, 3:13. Drive: Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 1:38. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Drive: 11 plays, 60 yards, 5:58. Drive: Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 6 plays, 48 yards, 3:31. Drive: Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 2:08. Drive: Drive: 5 plays, 45 yards, 0:49. Drive: (DEN 31–24) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers The Broncos kicked off their 2014 season against the Indianapolis Colts on NBC's Sunday Night Football. A 21 yard field goal by Broncos' placekicker Brandon McManus was the only scoring play of the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Broncos increased their lead to 24–0, with quarterback Peyton Manning throwing three touchdown passes to tight end Julius Thomas — a 3 yarder, a 35 yarder and a 5 yarder. The Colts got on the scoreboard just before halftime, with quarterback Andrew Luck rushing for a 9 yard touchdown. On the Colts' first offensive possession of the second half, the Broncos' defense made a goal line stand, as linebacker Brandon Marshall snuffed out Luck's attempt of a quarterback sneak on 4th and goal. Colts' placekicker Adam Vinatieri added a 25 yard field goal later in the third quarter. The Broncos increased their lead to 31–10 with 9:54 remaining in the fourth quarter, with running back Montee Ball rushing for a 3 yard touchdown. The Colts responded on their next possession, with Luck connecting on a 41 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Dwayne Allen to pull within 31–17 midway through the fourth quarter. The Colts subsequently recovered an onside kick, however, eight plays later, Luck was intercepted by Broncos' safety Rahim Moore deep in Broncos' territory. The Broncos' offense forced the Colts to burn two of their three team timeouts on their next possession, but went three and out. The Colts pulled to within 31–24 with 3:32 remaining in the game, with Luck throwing a 9 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Hakeem Nicks. The Broncos' offense subsequently went three and out on their next possession, and were forced to punt with three minutes left in the game. The Colts attempted a rally, however, Broncos' cornerback Bradley Roby broke up a 4th down pass from Luck that was intended for wide receiver Reggie Wayne on the first play after the two minute warning. The Broncos' offense subsequently ran out the clock. Week 2: vs. Kansas City Chiefs Week 2: vs. Kansas City Chiefs Week Two: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos – Game summary 17 Broncos 24 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (CBS) First quarter First quarter Broncos 7–0. Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 3:41. Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 3:41. Broncos 7–3. Drive: 6 plays, 33 yards, 2:21. Drive: 6 plays, 33 yards, 2:21. Second quarter Second quarter Chiefs 10–7. Drive: 10 plays, 66 yards, 4:32. Drive: 10 plays, 66 yards, 4:32. Broncos 14–10. Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards, 3:13. Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards, 3:13. Broncos 21–10. Drive: 11 plays, 88 yards, 4:26. Drive: 11 plays, 88 yards, 4:26. Third quarter Third quarter No scoring plays. Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Broncos 21–17. Drive: 14 plays, 90 yards, 7:42. Drive: 14 plays, 90 yards, 7:42. Broncos 24–17. Drive: 7 plays, 44 yards, 3:44. Drive: 7 plays, 44 yards, 3:44. Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off their season opening win over the Colts, the Broncos remained on home ground for an AFC West duel against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Broncos grabbed the lead on the game's opening drive, with quarterback Peyton Manning throwing a 4 yard touchdown pass to tight end Julius Thomas. The Chiefs got on the scoreboard later in the first quarter, with a 45 yard field goal by placekicker Cairo Santos, then took the lead early in the second quarter, with a 2 yard touchdown run by running back Knile Davis. The Broncos re claimed the lead on their next offensive possession, with Manning connecting on a 4 yard touchdown pass to tight end Jacob Tamme, then added to their lead just before halftime, with a 12 yard touchdown pass from Manning to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The Chiefs got the opening possession of the second half, with a time consuming drive that took them to as far as the Broncos' 4 yard line, but were backed up 10 yards by an offensive holding penalty and a 5 yard sack of quarterback Alex Smith by Broncos' linebacker Brandon Marshall. Santos subsequently missed a 37 yard field goal to end a drive that chewed up the first 10 minutes of the third quarter. The Broncos were forced to punt on their next possession, and the Chiefs narrowed the Broncos' lead to 21–17 midway through the fourth quarter with another time consuming drive, culminating with a 4 yard touchdown run by Davis. The Broncos drove down the field on their next possession, but had to settle on a 20 yard field by placekicker Brandon McManus to extend their lead to 24–17 with 3:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. Three plays into the Chiefs' next possession, Smith was intercepted by Broncos' cornerback Aqib Talib, who returned the football 41 yards for a touchdown; however, the interception return was nullified by an offside penalty on defensive end Quanterus Smith. The Chiefs' earned one first down prior to the two minute warning. On the second play after the two minute warning, Broncos' defensive end DeMarcus Ware forced a fumble off Smith; however, it was ruled an incomplete pass following a replay review. On the next play, Smith connected on a 21 yard pass to wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, and was pushed out of bounds at the Broncos' 9 yard line by cornerback Chris Harris, Jr. with 1:51 remaining in the game. Three plays later, after burning their last timeout, the Chiefs were facing a 3rd and goal at the Broncos' 4 yard line; however, an offside call against Ware moved the ball half the distance to the goal line, with 1:04 remaining in the game. Davis subsequently attempted a run up the middle, but was tackled for no gain at the 2 yard line by Ware and linebacker Nate Irving. On the Chiefs' final offensive play, Smith's pass intended for Bowe on 4th and goal was broken up by Broncos' defensive tackle Terrance Knighton. Manning subsequently kneeled down to run out the clock. Notes Notes During halftime, the Broncos made three additions to their Ring of Fame: Gene Mingo, who played multiple positions with the Broncos from 1960–64; Dan Reeves, who coached the Broncos from 1981–92 and led the team to three Super Bowl appearances in 1986, 1987 and 1989; wide receiver Rick Upchurch, who played with the Broncos from 1975–83. Week 3: at Seattle Seahawks Week 3: at Seattle Seahawks Week Three: Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks – Game summary 20 Seahawks 26 at CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington at CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (CBS) First quarter First quarter Drive: 5 plays, 21 yards, 2:50. Drive: Drive: 15 plays, 75 yards, 7:06. Drive: Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 4 plays, 73 yards, 2:22. Drive: Drive: 10 plays, 68 yards, 2:26. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 5 plays, 19 yards, 1:42. Drive: Drive: 5 plays, 25 yards, 1:13. Drive: Drive: 6 plays, 80 yards, 0:41. Drive: Overtime Overtime Drive: 13 plays, 80 yards, 5:46. Drive: (SEA 26–20) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off back to back home wins to start the season, the Broncos traveled to CenturyLink Field for an interconference duel against the Seattle Seahawks, hoping to avenge their 43–8 blowout loss to the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. On the Broncos' first possession, Seahawks' safety Kam Chancellor forced a fumble off running back Montee Ball deep in Broncos' territory. The ensuing Seahawks' drive culminated in placekicker Steven Hauschka settling for a 20 yard field goal. The Broncos drove down the field on their next possession, but had to settle for a 24 yard field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus. Both teams traded punts on their next two possessions, until the Seahawks re claimed the lead late in the second quarter, with a 39 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Russell Wilson to wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, then added to their lead with a 5 yard touchdown pass from Wilson to running back Marshawn Lynch just before halftime. After a scoreless third quarter, which included Broncos' defensive tackle Terrance Knighton blocking a 46 yard field goal attempt by Hauschka, Britton Colquitt sent a punt that backed up the Seahawks to their own 8 yard line to begin the fourth quarter. Three plays later, Lynch was tackled in the end zone by linebacker Nate Irving and cornerback Aqib Talib for a Broncos' safety to narrow the Seahawks' lead to 17–5. The Broncos were forced to punt on their first possession of the fourth quarter, and on the Seahawks' next possession, Wilson was intercepted by cornerback Chris Harris, Jr., who advanced the football to the Seahawks' 19 yard line. Five plays later, the Broncos' offense finally got into the end zone, with quarterback Peyton Manning connecting on a 3 yard touchdown pass to tight end Julius Thomas. The Seahawks were forced to punt on their next possession, and the Broncos' offense got the football with 6:07 remaining in the fourth quarter. On the ninth play of the drive, the Broncos were facing a 3rd and 11 at the Seahawks' 24 yard line, however, a Manning pass intended for wide receiver Wes Welker was intercepted by Chancellor, who advance all the way to the Broncos' 35 yard line. Five plays later, Hauschka made a 28 yard field goal to increase the Seahawks' lead to 20–12, with 1:04 remaining in the fourth quarter. With no timeouts remaining, Manning engineered an 80 yard drive in only 35 seconds, which included two key pass completions — a 42 yarder to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and a 12 yarder to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. On the sixth play of the drive, Manning completed a 26 yard touchdown pass to tight end Jacob Tamme, coupled with a two point conversion pass from Manning to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to send the game into overtime, tied at 20–20. However, the Seahawks won the overtime coin toss, and methodically marched down the field with a 13 play, 80 yard drive, culminating in a game winning 6 yard touchdown run by Lynch to end the game. Week 5: vs. Arizona Cardinals Week 5: vs. Arizona Cardinals Week Five: Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos – Game summary 20 Broncos 41 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (Fox) First quarter First quarter Drive: 12 plays, 65 yards, 5:51. Drive: Drive: 12 plays, 80 yards, 4:26. Drive: Drive: 10 plays, 50 yards, 3:02. Drive: Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 3:13. Drive: Drive: 1 play, 5 yards, 0:05. Drive: Drive: 1 play, 86 yards, 0:11. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Drive: 7 plays, 45 yards, 2:32. Drive: Drive: 1 play, 81 yards, 0:13. Drive: Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 8 plays, 57 yards, 4:15. Drive: Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:33. Drive: Drive: 5 plays, 46 yards, 2:07. Drive: (DEN 41–20) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off their loss to the Seahawks and subsequent bye week, the Broncos returned home for an interconference duel against the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals grabbed the early lead, with a 33 yard field goal by placekicker Chandler Catanzaro. The Broncos then claimed the lead, with quarterback Peyton Manning throwing his 500th career touchdown pass — a 7 yarder to tight end Julius Thomas. Another field goal by Catanzaro — from 48 yards out, narrowed the Broncos' lead to 7–6. The Broncos expanded their lead midway through the second quarter, with Manning connecting on a 31 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. On the Broncos' next possession, Manning was intercepted by Cardinals' defensive end Calais Campbell deep in Broncos' territory. The Cardinals' offense capitalized on the next play, with a 5 yard touchdown run by running back Andre Ellington. After the two teams traded punts, Manning threw another touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas — an 86 yarder just after the two minute warning. The Broncos added to their lead in the third quarter, with a 44 yard field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus. Cardinals' quarterback Drew Stanton, playing in place of an injured Carson Palmer, was knocked out of the game with a concussion by Broncos' linebacker Von Miller. Later in the third quarter, third string quarterback Logan Thomas threw an 81 yard touchdown pass to Ellington to narrow the Broncos' lead to 24–20. However, in the fourth quarter, the Broncos pulled away from the Cardinals and scored the final 17 points of the game, with a 41 yard field goal by McManus, a 12 yard touchdown pass from Manning to Julius Thomas and an 8 yard touchdown run by running back Juwan Thompson. Notes Notes The Broncos improved their all time series record against the Cardinals to 8–1–1, and remained unbeaten in home games against the Cardinals (5–0). Week 6: at New York Jets Week 6: at New York Jets Week Six: Denver Broncos at New York Jets – Game summary Broncos 31 17 at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (CBS) First quarter First quarter Drive: 5 plays, 62 yards, 2:07. Drive: Drive: (NYJ 7–3) Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 10 plays, 43 yards, 4:35. Drive: Drive: 9 plays, 80 yards, 2:32. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Drive: 10 plays, 87 yards, 4:54. Drive: Drive: 12 plays, 41 yards, 3:35. Drive: Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 9 plays, 63 yards, 4:06. Drive: (DEN 31–17) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off their win over the Cardinals, the Broncos flew to East Rutherford, New Jersey, for an AFC match against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. A 37 yard field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus gave the Broncos the lead on the game's opening possession. The Jets grabbed the lead on their second possession, with a 2 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Geno Smith to tight end Jace Amaro. The Broncos were forced to punt on their next four offensive possessions, but re claimed the lead in the second quarter, with quarterback Peyton Manning throwing a pair of touchdown passes — a 1 yarder to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, followed by a 22 yarder to tight end Julius Thomas just before halftime. The Broncos added to their lead on their first possession of the third quarter, with Manning connecting on another touchdown pass to Julius Thomas — from 4 yards out. However, the Jets later cut into the Broncos' lead, with a 30 yard field goal by placekicker Nick Folk, followed in the fourth quarter by a 2 yard touchdown pass from Smith to wide receiver Eric Decker, to narrow the Broncos' lead to 24–17 with eight minutes remaining in the game. Both teams went three and out on their next offensive possessions. The Broncos' offense got the football with 5:05 remaining in the game, and forced the Jets to burn all of their team timeouts just after the two minute warning, but failed to convert on a critical third down pass with 1:07 remaining in the game, forcing a punt. The Jets had one last possession deep in their own territory, however, on the third play, Smith was intercepted by Broncos' cornerback Aqib Talib, who ran 22 yards into the end zone for the game clinching touchdown. Week 7: vs. San Francisco 49ers Week 7: vs. San Francisco 49ers Week Seven: San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos – Game summary 17 Broncos 42 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado Date Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (NBC) First quarter First quarter Drive: 9 plays, 57 yards, 5:00. Drive: Drive: 3 plays, 59 yards, 1:22. Drive: Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 12 plays, 83 yards, 6:30. Drive: Drive: 11 plays, 80 yards, 4:21. Drive: Drive: 7 plays, 80 yards, 2:58. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Drive: 1 play, 40 yards, 0:07. Drive: Drive: 3 plays, 86 yards, 0:41. Drive: Drive: 12 plays, 73 yards, 7:08. Drive: Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 9 plays, 45 yards, 1:49. Drive: (DEN 42–17) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off their win over the Jets, the Broncos returned home for an interconference duel against the San Francisco 49ers. The Broncos jumped out to a 14–0 lead in the first quarter, with quarterback Peyton Manning throwing a pair of touchdown passes — a 3 yarder to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and a 39 yarder to wide receiver Wes Welker. The 49ers got on the scoreboard midway through the second quarter, with a 22 yard field goal by placekicker Phil Dawson. On the Broncos' next possession, Manning became the NFL's all time leader in career touchdown passes, with an 8 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. The 49ers responded just before halftime, with a 4 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Colin Kaepernick to wide receiver Steve Johnson, which narrowed the Broncos' lead to 21–10. On the 49ers' first offensive possession of the second half, Kaepernick was intercepted by Broncos' cornerback Aqib Talib. The Broncos subsequently took control of the game with 21 unanswered points, consisting of a 40 yard touchdown pass from Manning to Demaryius Thomas, followed by a pair of rushing touchdown by running back Ronnie Hillman — a 37 yarder and a 1 yarder. With the Broncos comfortably ahead, Manning sat out the entire fourth quarter, and backup quarterback Brock Osweiler took his place. The 49ers added a late score, with quarterback Blaine Gabbert, playing in place of Kaepernick, throwing a 20 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Bruce Ellington. Notes Notes This was the only game during the 2014 season in which the Broncos wore their alternate navy blue uniforms. Week 8: vs. San Diego Chargers Week 8: vs. San Diego Chargers Week Eight: San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos – Game summary 21 Broncos 35 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado Date October 23 Game time Game weather Game attendance Referee TV announcers (CBS/NFLN) First quarter First quarter Second quarter Second quarter Drive: 7 plays, 69 yards, 3:18. Drive: Drive: 13 plays, 84 yards, 7:31. Drive: Drive: 8 plays, 74 yards, 2:35. Drive: Third quarter Third quarter Drive: 6 plays, 51 yards, 2:42. Drive: Drive: 5 plays, 61 yards, 1:41. Drive: Drive: 12 plays, 80 yards, 4:55. Drive: Fourth quarter Fourth quarter Drive: 8 plays, 65 yards, 4:10. Drive: Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 3:58. Drive: (DEN 35–21) Top passers Top passers Top rushers Top rushers Top receivers Top receivers Top tacklers Top tacklers Coming off their dominant win over the 49ers, the Broncos remained on home ground for an AFC West duel against the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football. After a scoreless first quarter, a 2 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Peyton Manning to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders gave the Broncos the lead early in the second quarter. After the two teams traded punts on their next possessions, the Chargers tied the game with a time consuming drive, culminating with 2 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Philip Rivers to wide receiver Keenan Allen. On the ensuing kickoff, Chargers' linebacker Kavell Conner forced a fumble off Broncos' return specialist Andre Caldwell, and it was recovered by Chargers' tight end Ladarius Green deep in Broncos' territory. However, it was overturned after an instant replay review. The Broncos then re claimed the lead just before halftime, with another touchdown pass from Manning to Sanders — from 31 yards out. On the Chargers' opening possession of the second half, Rivers was intercepted by Broncos' cornerback Chris Harris, Jr., and six plays later, the Broncos added to their lead, with Manning throwing his third touchdown pass to Sanders — from 3 yards out. After the Broncos' defense forced a Chargers' punt, the Broncos increased their lead to 28–7 midway through the third quarter, with running back Juwan Thompson rushing for a 2 yard touchdown. The Chargers responded on their next possession, with a 4 yard touchdown pass from Rivers to tight end Antonio Gates on 4th and goal. The Broncos countered early in the fourth quarter, with Thompson rushing for a 1 yard touchdown. The drive was kept alive by a defensive holding penalty on Chargers' safety Marcus Gilchrist that negated an Eric Weddle interception of Manning near the goal line. The Chargers once again had a response, with another touchdown pass from Rivers to Gates — from 10 yards out. The Broncos tried to add to their lead on their next possession, however, placekicker Brandon McManus missed on a 53 yard field goal attempt. The Chargers attempted a rally, but Rivers was intercepted by Broncos' safety Rahim Moore near the goal line with five minutes remaining in the game. The Broncos' offense then ran out most of the clock, aided by a crucial 5 yard pass completion from Manning to wide receiver Wes Welker on 3rd and 4 from their own 10 yard line that forced the Chargers to burn the last two of their three team timeouts, sealing the win for the Broncos. Week 9: at New England Patriots Week 9: at New England Patriots Week Nine: Denver Broncos at New England Patriots – Game summary

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