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In all these cases the Scots adjective is invariable; the final e, which often occurs, is of no grammatical significance.
In vain we search them for the grammatical categories either of our own or of other spoken languages—none may be found.
Accordingly, it marks a sudden, or abrupt, change in the grammatical structure of a sentence.
A word or group of words that has no grammatical connection with the sentence in which it stands is called an independent element.
A full discussion of these grammatical details can be found in the leading commentaries on the Apocalypse.
This affinity is very striking in its grammatical structure, and its primitive words.
Even in the grammatical forms of the Sanskrit verb, this threefold tendency of thought is indicated.
The grammatical relations of the language are complicated and beyond the power of the child at an early age.
In any case, she was making a great effort to follow the grammatical explanation, and her forehead was thrown into wrinkles.
A simile—in grammatical terms, an adverbial phrase—sometimes constitutes the second element.
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