accusative case

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Synonyms for accusative case

the case of nouns serving as the direct object of a verb

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If the T is the grammatical object, indicated below with object case marking on iwinsh 'man', then the overt SAP R is in the dative case.
A second construction used when an SAP is the O of the original clause marks the causee as the object, seen below in the object case marker on iwinsh 'man'.
The resultant state remains unmarked--in intransitive clauses it is expressed by subject cases, and in transitive clauses it is expressed by object cases, e.
One of the probable transitions of the genitive with the possessive meaning to an object case could be illustrated by a Finnish example *han lehman (attribute) tappava (present participle) 'he, slaughtering the cow' ("he, the slaughterer of the cow") > han lehman (direct object) tappaa (present tense 3Sg) 'he slaughtersthe cow'.
In Mordvin(-type) languages, similarly to Finnic(-type) languages, the genitive was used as an object case.
The purpose of this consultation is the procurement (supply, delivery and commissioning) of suitcases, digital tablets, programmable object cases, interactive projectors and associated services (such as preventive and curative maintenance and training).
OREGON COURTS HAVE BEEN RELUCTANT TO INVOKE THE DOCTRINE OF RIL IN MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASES, EXCEPT IN FOREIGN OBJECT CASES.
The court held, inter alia, that the ten year outside limit for bringing suit incases in which a foreign object had been left in a patient, and was not discovered until after the "outside limit," often years was not applicable in such foreign object cases.
The idea of preparing museum visitors is not new; however, Who We Are was designed to be shown as a multi-sensory experience that incorporates a variety of surfaces upon which images are projected and other features such as the circular space with a domed ceiling and object cases that highlight the museum's collections are placed right in the seating area.
The production is not perfect, nor is the theater viewing space perfect--depending on where one is seated, he or she may miss seeing all the action going on above and around the room when the object cases light up.