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The analysis of the expression of possession was done on the following nouns: body parts: auris 'ear', caput 'head', corpus Tbody', manus 'hand', oculus 'eye', os 'mouth', pes 'foot' (including those examples in which the nouns are used with a different meaning, but which also express the part-whole relation, such as os aedium 'door of the house'); kin terms: avus 'grandfather', gnata 'daughter', gnatus 'son', filia 'daughter', filius 'son', frater 'brother', mater 'mother', nepos 'grandson', nepotulus 'little grandson', pater 'father', patruus 'uncle', prognatus 'son', soror 'sister', uxor 'wife', and five other nouns which are categorized differently depending on the author: anima 'soul', animus 'soul', ingenium 'nature, temperament', nomen 'name', vita 'life'.
Unfortunately, many problems can result from shift work including sleep disturbances (Akerstedt, 1984; Aschoff, 1981; Kogi, 1982; Monk, 1987; Rutenfranz, Colquhoun, Knauth & Gnata 1977; Rutenfranz, 1982; Tepas & Monk, 1987), dietary or digestive problems (Rutenfranz, 1982; Stewart & Wahlqvist., 1985), difficulties structuring family and social interactions (Knutson, Akerstedt & Orth-Gomer, 1986; Simon, 1987; Tepas, 1985; Walker, 1985; Weiss, 1981), and more frequent accidents (DeVries-Griever & Meijman, 1987).
ubi quamque in urbem est ingressus, ilico omnis meretrices, ubi quisque habitant, invenit; dat aurum, ducit noctem, rogitat postibi unde sit, quoiatis, captane an surrepta sit, quo genere gnata, qui parentes fuerint.