Nevertheless, we consider also the reversed perspective of the toxic effects of the city where, the production and reproduction of the spatial enclosing not only organize interaction, but also it intensifies/consolidates the delimitative
effects of a concept of being bounded.
The basis of this observation is that both P-H and event (dis)continuation fulfill a delimitative
235: The force of id in VI.47.15ab is delimitative
'only': ka [i.bar]m stavat ...
(26)Aorist form--Imperfect(ive) meaning (Comrie 1976: 116) viq'avi 'I was', vijeki 'I was sitting' In Russian and Ossetic, the features -dyn, -T are compatible with pre-fixations receiving an ingressive as well as a delimitative
or perdurative meaning:
Mandarin's autoclassifiers are sometimes termed delimitative
aspect (Li and Thompson 1981: 232).
In languages where the position of the accented syllable is fixed with respect to the word boundary, an accented syllable also acts as a cue to that boundary (in Trubetzkoy's [1969 : 27] terminology it serves a "delimitative
for a while' and is conventionally described as "delimitative
." So attached to verbs such as tai2--`see' in Cantonese--it would translate as `take a look'.
That phonology can signal the boundaries of constituents has been well known since Trubetzkoy identified the delimitative
function of phonology.