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  • Short History of the International Language Movement (T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd.), page 160 The international language idea would suffer a long eclipse; and
    2 KB (194 words) - 18:01, 24 May 2014
  • (though how is an exception). wh-movement ‎(uncountable) (syntax) a syntactic phenomenon found in many languages around the world, in which interrogative
    1 KB (91 words) - 02:47, 2 November 2015
  • ‎(plural ablative cases) (grammar) A noun case used in some languages to indicate movement away from something, removal, separation. It corresponds roughly
    3 KB (81 words) - 22:25, 29 October 2015
  • synthesis between body languages and dressing languages is expressed in dances, since the rhythmic and creative movement of the body reveals emotions and culture
    3 KB (194 words) - 00:04, 21 November 2015
  • cases) (grammar) The case used to indicate movement out of something; for example, out of the house. Some languages that make use of the elative are Finnish
    1 KB (52 words) - 08:04, 24 July 2015
  • (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language). From Old French motion, mocion, from Latin mōtio ‎(“movement, motion”). motion f ‎(plural motions)
    9 KB (769 words) - 14:47, 16 October 2015
  • underground railway. (with "the") A movement or organisation of people who resist political convention. (with "the") A movement or organisation of people who
    10 KB (539 words) - 12:56, 12 November 2015
  • "down off of the house." Hungarian is a language that uses the delative case. case used to indicate movement from an object Appendix:Grammatical
    797 bytes (61 words) - 15:13, 29 January 2014
  • OpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurface (category American Sign Language adverbs)
    used as a noun, the hand is held briefly before and after the circling movement. Stokoe: []B⊤ @X (ASL gloss: PLEASE) please; would you please; used in
    3 KB (237 words) - 20:18, 23 October 2015
  • shake one's head (category en:Body language)
    movement from side to side indicates an emphatic "no," while a slower motion tends to indicate disbelief or dismay. A relatively quick head movement up
    3 KB (285 words) - 22:25, 23 October 2015
  • house." Languages that use the allative case include Dyirbal, Finnish, Hungarian, Estonian, and Lithuanian. case used to indicate movement onto, or
    2 KB (73 words) - 05:35, 24 July 2015
  • (category Middle Chinese language)
    (Zhangzhou): /taŋ²²/, /tɔŋ²²/ 動 to move, to happen (Cantonese) 喐 (juk1) 動 movement, action (grammar) Abbreviation of 動詞/动词: verb Derived terms See
    3 KB (267 words) - 20:25, 15 October 2015
  • S@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz (category American Sign Language entries needing images)
    CirclesVert From initial S of English Saturday, plus location, orientation, and movement matching other days of the week (e.g. M@Side-PalmBack CirclesHoriz ‎(“Monday”))
    1 KB (135 words) - 19:52, 24 October 2015
  • Y@Side Twist (category American Sign Language adjectives)
    From initial letter Y of the English word yellow, using a movement similar to other ASL color signs, e.g. G@Side Twist ‎(“green”), B@Side Twist ‎(“blue”)
    924 bytes (88 words) - 08:13, 5 November 2015
  • MOVEMENT analysis. And Koopman goes on to suggest that given that we have clear empirical motivation for positing a rule of V MOVEMENT for languages such
    2 KB (292 words) - 23:44, 24 October 2015
  • rapid eye movement Wikipedia R.E.M. (rare) rem From the initial letters of rapid eye movement. REM ‎(uncountable) rapid eye movement REM sleep
    1 KB (90 words) - 06:46, 9 April 2015
  • feminist (category Language code missing/audio)
    all aspects of public and private life. A member of a feminist political movement. Derived terms advocate of feminism; person who believes in bringing
    5 KB (186 words) - 04:58, 17 November 2015
  • /səˈkɑːd/ saccade ‎(plural saccades) (rare) A sudden jerking movement. A rapid jerky movement of the eye (voluntary or involuntary) from one focus to another
    3 KB (287 words) - 19:56, 16 September 2015
  • movement, or school of thought person who values form over content Ernest Klein, Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the Hebrew Language
    3 KB (191 words) - 04:48, 24 July 2015
  • Sunni Islamic student movement organized in Afghanistan in 1994 by the radical mullah Mohammad Omar. Islamic student movement Taliban ‎(plural Taliban
    4 KB (266 words) - 14:01, 17 October 2015

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