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one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context

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Ex-student Birmingham City and Wales International footballer Neal Eardley recently returned to Ysgol John Bright to help with the draw where form classes from each year were placed into eight groups of four.
Distinct ranges of height/(diameter at ground level--diameter above buttressing) ratios of buttress were found to conform to the three subjective form classes (Table 1).
These results reflect the excellent standards observed in sixth form classes and colleges by the Education and Training Inspectorate in Wales - Estyn.
It has grown to the point where teachers and principals believe they no longer can form classes that are balanced," Ms.
Class sizes are small for Ed with five to 10 people in each of his sixth form classes and 10 to 20 for GCSE classes.
Her Yang long form classes are especially popular with those not able to participate in high-impact exercises because the exercises are done very slowly.
D]s in the class structure, and for those participants who did and did not form classes.
Commenting on his achievement, Usamah said, "I express my deep gratitude to my teachers who guided me over the years, right from my form classes till my A levels.
A reduction in funding meant the school was unable to run small sixth form classes.
Although inflection classes are almost always form classes with secondary syntactic or semantic cues, the lack (or subtlety) of such cues in Estonian highlights the formal character of conjugations.
The Mayan languages Tzeltal and Yucatec have large form classes of "dispositional" roots which lexicalize spatial properties such as orientation, support/suspension/blockage of motion, and configurations of parts of an entity with respect to other parts.
In some of the form classes people who didn't usually come in are coming in because of the rewards.
In the PIC group, participants attempted to form classes with abstract A, B, D.
The four remaining participants did not form classes during the MTS-based derived-relations test but produced some unusual and informative results in the sorting test.
The data were also segregated between participants who did and did not form classes.