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Appendix 3: Morphological glossing conventions IDU 1st person dual IPL 1st person plural 3SG 3rd person singular ABL ablative CAUS causative CER certain CNT continuous action DS different subject EMPH emphatic ERG ergative FRQ frequentative HAB habitant of HITH hither INCH inchoative INCP inceptive INST instrumental INT interrogative (.
With this acquisition, EMPH enters the South African market, and creates the potential of an integrated solution for both banking and retail clients across the continent
With ACET joining the group, EMPH will be able to extend support to other financial products including store cards and personal loans.
This acquisition means EMPH is now well placed to serve clients in the retail space, and in South Africa.
Paul Edwards, executive chairman EMPH stated that they want to provide banks with the best services for helping them to cater to the increasing demands of consumers all over the region and this VJCS deal will expand the EMPH offering as well as increase its reach.
The acquisition is the latest investment for Actis platform EMPH, which aims to be the leading payments business in Africa and the Middle East.
Our vision is for EMPH to become the Middle East and Africa's leading payment business through organic growth and a buy-and-build strategy," Paul Edwards, executive chairman of EMPH, said in a statement.
The following abbreviations are used in the glosses: ANT = (past) anterior morpheme; CLS = classifier; COMP = complementizer; COP = copular verb; DEM = demonstrative; EMPH = emphatic morpheme; TOP - topic marker; POL = politeness marker; Q = Q-marker; PRN = pronoun equivalent (typically family kinship term); REL = relative clause marker.
The following abbreviations are used in glossing the examples: 1, first person; 2, second person; 3, third person; ABL, ablative; ACC, accusative; ALLAT, allative; AP, applicative; ART, article; BEN, benefactive; CLASS, classifier; COMIT, comitative; DU, dual; EMPH, emphasis; EXCL, exclusive; FOC, focus; FUT, future; GEN.
Mother: e le koe f'akau aa mai TA NEG again buy EMPH DEICT.
Nominal case: ABS = absolutive ALL = allative ERG = ergative LOC = locative MOD = modalis VIA = vialis Verbal modality: CSV = causative CTM = contemporative ICM = incontemporative IMP = imperative IND = indicative INT = interrogative PAR = participial (functionally equivalent to indicative in Tarramiut) Word-internal morphology: ATP = antipassive CAUS = causative DIM = diminutive EMPH = emphatic FUT = future HAB = habitual INCP = inceptive aspect NEG = negative PASS = passive PAST = past POL = politeness (preceding imperative) PRSP = prospective aspect Verbal inflection (e.
Surely not Anelka, who was a driving, creative force emphs asised by a brilliant deft flick of a goal at the death.