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NOMNational Organization for Marriage (Princeton, NJ)
NOMNatural Organic Matter
NOMNominative (grammatical case)
NOMNorma Oficial Mexicana
NOMNumber of Methods
NOMNotice of Modification
NOMNoua Ordine Mondiala (Romanian: New World Order)
NOMNet Overseas Migration (Australia)
NOMNational Organization for Men
NOMNetwork Object Model
NOMNovus Ordo Missae (Mass of Paul VI)
NOMNaissance on Melrose
NOMNetBackup Operations Manager (software)
NOMNintendo Online Magazine (gaming)
NOMNoble Metal
NOMNegotiation, Organizations & Markets (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
NOMNetwork Object Model (Microsoft)
NOMNo Offence Meant
NOMNatural Organic Material
NOMNoordelijke Ontwikkelings Maatschappij
NOMNation of Men
NOMNintendo Official Magazine
NOMNationaal Onderzoek Multimedia (Dutch)
NOMNetwork Operation Manager (software)
NOMNational Online Meeting
NOMNew Order Mormon (religion)
NOMNot Original Motor (vehicle advertisements)
NOMNAS Operations Manager (FAA)
NOMNo Other Message
NOMNiezalezny Operator Miedzymiastowy (Polish long-distance company)
NOMNorthern on Main
NOMNet Operation Margin
NOMPurchases by the Quartermaster, Headquarters, US Marine Corps
NOMNetwork Operation Phone
NOMNot Original Manufacturer (automotive parts)
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In addition, the zero expression of the content 'not feminine' disappears from Paradigm I, not because the excluded Dec11 neuters are reintroduced--which would seem more than reasonable since Jakobson mostly talks of Dec11 as associated with non-feminine rather than simply masculine--but because the singular nominative zero is simply one possible articulation of what is structurally the expression device; this particular number/case selection is an allo-form of what makes the difference.
The object of the change, the first argument of the construction, is an elative NP, while the post-verbal argument expressing the result is predicative in either the nominative or the partitive case (Pojasta [boy-ELA] tuli opettaja / iloinen [teacher.
The morphological form of the pen remains the same as in Pashto most nouns do not change in morphological form with the change in Case from nominative to accusative or vice versa.
The head noun of the phrase is dej, that is a feminine noun inflected in nominative case.
In the dictionary by Tsvetkov (1995), written at the beginning of the 20th century, the nominative has a short final vowel or no final vowel at all, the partitive usually ends in a short vowel (with some exceptions), and the genitive and illative show variation (sometimes rather confusing) in the length of the final vowel between different lexemes: ein 'hay:NOM', eina' 'hay:GEN/ill', eina 'hay:PART'; kana 'fish:NOM/gen/part', kanase 'fish:iLL'; tara 'garden:NOM/GEN', tara 'garden:PART', tarase 'garden:iLL'; vasar 'hammer:NOM', vasara 'hammer:GEN', vasara 'hammer:PART', vasara(se) 'hammer:iLL'.
We propose that -feature agreement between the functional head, T, and a nominal results in nominative Case assignment to that nominal, while -features agreement between a nominal and the functional head small in the present and future tenses and the functional head Voice in the past tense results in assigning accusatives Case to that nominal.
In the past, trademark law directed claims revolving around nominative uses to such alternative venues.
Although in past tense the use of intransitive verb geya "go" in 2(a)makes the subject a Nominative subject and does not allow it to take the ergative marker.
Domination islamiste Par ailleurs, deux candidats elimines au premier tour de la presidentielle les 23 et 24 mai, Amr Moussa et Selim Al-Awwa, ont ete elus dans cette commission, et l'opposant Ayman Nour, chef du parti Al-Ghad, selon une liste nominative diffusee mercredi.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, 'hi' may be any of four things: An abbreviation of 'high' frequently used in advertising and commercial slogans; an exclamation used to draw attention (mainly in the US); a third person singular feminine objective personal pronoun; or a third person plural pronoun, either in the nominative or accusative case.
Mr Pickles has given advocates of nominative determinism some succour but his views are out of tune with that very quality of Britishness he professes to support.