ut qu represents an original p (*penqite), and ca qu, not a sibilant, and if one will bring the two words intoconnection with each other, one must suppose that f(p) has becomeh as Moller does, op. cit., p. 200. Hebr. èës stands for *sidp, andSanskr.
f thecircles in the well-known Pater-Filius shield-symbol of theTrinity. This is found, without the words, on many fontsand porches in the district, and is to be seen, with thewords, in the glass of one of the north windows of thischurch, and also on
lucky ; lucky, fortunate, happy.Biirbahana (bahana). To sound, to emita noise ; to speak, to utter words.Barbanjar (banjar). To be in rows, tobe in ranks.Barbantal (bantal). To be cushioned orpillowed.Barbantalkan. To cushion, to supportwith pillows
aps. Thc shoutsof thc crowds soundcd like a mighty chorus. Then thcrc wassilcnce. I only said a fcw words, which were rcccivcd withtremendous cheering."Workers and soldicrs, frightful were thosc foiir ycars ofwar, ghastly thc sacrificcs thc pcople ma
any religion of creed. It may broadly be described as a way of life and nothing more."These are the words of a Chief Justice in India, dated 1995. And my thinking has changed since reading this statement. Consider what he has said. Sikhism does worsh
theCattaraugus Reservation, New York. This particular pieceof work, forming a text of 3,692 native words, was completedin August, 1913. The task of making a literal, almost anetymological, interlinear translation of this text was nextADMINISTKATIVE
eferential and interactional meaning, not merely as an aspect of the oral and written production of words phrases and sentences.3.1. Literature and...way. Teachers should try to teach basic language skills as an integral part of oral and written lang
right to their identity, religions, culture, way of life, places of residence and security, not by words alone, but by concrete and legally enforceable mechanisms. The Tamils have to be also involved in discussions leading to execution of such proje
er he was described, by onewho knew him as: '^Not part, but whollygentleman, wholly soldier," which wordsapplied to this stripling might have beendeemed appropriate only to a Bayard then, or,later, to a Lee.The Prince of Conde was murdered after theb
SECTION A : READING 20 Marks (30 Periods)Questions 1 and 2. Two unseen passages of total 500 words with a variety ofquestions including 4 marks for vocabulary.Only prose passages will be used. One will be factual and the other will beliterary.