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the category of nouns serving as the grammatical subject of a verb

serving as or indicating the subject of a verb and words identified with the subject of a copular verb

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appointed by nomination

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The nominative does not have a marker in general; the genitive has lost the final *-n and presents a bare stem; one of the variants of the partitive marker (-a/-a) merges with the final a/a vowel of the stem; and the illative can have an unmarked short form (except in monosyllabic nouns).
In the first Votic grammar, written by Ahlqvist (1856 : 32), the nominative singular forms usually end in a short vowel (e.
In many languages nominatives are zero coded, therefore natural according to the criterion of least effort, item (b) in the list of axioms.
The two variants: the nominative and the accusative of the personal-pronoun subject.
The top-down incremental narrowing of predictions hypothesis in (4) is consistent with the lack of increased RTs on the verbs in a sentence like (2b), because the verbs are syntactically predictable by the occurrence of the preceding nominative subjects and verbs.
In (2b), there is an expectation cost for each of three predicted verbs after processing the most embedded nominative subject.
Terescenko adds that in westward dialects of Tundra Nenets the overlapping of singular nominatives and accusatives in consonant-stemmed direct objects is entirely common.
Sentences (6d), (6e), and (6e') are ungrammatical in German, because they each contain two nominatives.
La presidente du parti destourien libre (PDL), Abir Moussi, a declare que son parti a adresse des messages nominatives a 29 deputes, y compris le president du Parlement, pour solliciter leur soutien au projet d'amendement de la loi organique nA53 instaurant et organisant la justice transitionnelle.
Genitives in -ase, -ese or -ise correspond more generally to nominatives in -ane, -ene or -ine, as shown by 'eestlase ~ 'eestlane 'Estonian', inimese ~ inimene 'person' and nagemise ~ nagemine 'sight'.
Forme d'Obligation : Les obligations subordonnees sont toutes nominatives.
La coordinatrice regionale des enseignants suppleants a Beja, Houda Belhaj a indique a la correspondante de la TAP dans la region que les enseignants suppleants poursuivront leur sit-in au siege du commissariat regional de l'education et un autre sit-in sera mene au siege du gouvernorat, au cas ou leur demande ne seront pas satisfaites, dont notamment la publication des listes nominatives des enseignants suppleants qui seront integres en 2016 et aussi le classement des enseignants suppleants qui seront integres sur 4 etapes, selon un accord prealable entre la partie syndicale et gouvernementale.
250 actions nominatives de nominal 1 DT chacune et l'article 6 des statuts a ete modifie en consequence.
Les 1 635 216 actions nouvelles nominatives gratuites d'une valeur nominale d'un dinar (1DT) chacune seront reparties entre les anciens actionnaires a raison de trois (03) actions nouvelles gratuites pour quarante (40) actions anciennes.
Pas de reaction a cet article La fille de l'homme d'affaires Fethi Dammak, Dallal Dammak a nie, mardi lors d'une conference de presse, toute implication de son pere dans l'affaire de trafic d'armes et d'etablissement de listes nominatives qui prennent pour cible des personnalites politiques et mediatiques, deplorant le fait que son pere soit accuse sans preuves.