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Coptic icon of St. Shenouda the Archimandrite Saint Abba Shenouda (Shenoute) the Archimandrite (348-466 A.D.) was the abbot of the White Monastery of Atribe in the desert of Thebes, Egypt, for more than 65 years. He ruled over 2200 monks and 1800 nuns. Shenouda the Archimandrite - OrthodoxWiki O Type here to search hp


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Chomsky’s original formulation is obsolete, if only because lexical integrity of some sort is usually assumed. But there are many languages in which suffixes or clitics are part of a constituent that doesn’t contain their governor (in the sense of dependency grammar). In some languages a more appropriate term would be clitic hopping but the principle is the ...


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In order to answer your questions, we have to address the other mechanism that is utilized. In the sentence The manual, you must read, you're not only moving the object phrase but also stressing it. Try uttering the manual you must read without stressing the phrase the manual. It would be a variation of the manual (that) you must read instead of you must ...


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Remacadamized (Latin/French, Gaelic, Hebrew, Greek, English) isn't in the OED, but Macadamized is.


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