Wilson was at the Industrial Relations Centre at Queen's before going to work for the WEA and then as research director for the UEW
is also home to FareShare, a business that collects unsold food from supermarkets then redistributes it amongst local charities.
The majority of the words in the analyzed set of vocabulary are nouns, but--in so far as my etymological inferences prove to be true--there are some suffixes that are added to verbal stems (furthermore, in some cases, the UEW
provides a verbal noun as a starting point).
On the left side facing the centre was the large delegation of the UEW
led by Harris and Jackson.
However, there is one other well-established etymology where PU *n- is reflected as PMari *j-: MariE jalme, MariW jalma 'tongue' < PMari *jilma < PU *nalma (> SaaN njalbmi 'mouth', KhE nalam, MsE mlam, Hung nyelv 'tongue'; UEW
For a better relative comparison, etymological equivalents in some other languages (Uralic and Tibeto-Burman, as suggested by some other scholars) are cited according to the relevant etymological dictionaries UEW
and CD5ST (1996).
MdE oj, MdM vaj 'fat, butter, oil '< *vaj < PU *waji; UEW
578), MdE pid'e-, MdM pid'e- 'cook (tr.
SKES II 430-431; Itkonen 1968 : 500; UEW
II 717; SSA 2 : 265).
SaaN bahti 'caldron' < PSaa *pate < Fi pata 'caldron' < PU *pata 'pot'; UEW
358), but this cannot be the case with SaaT caxped due to its initial affricate c-.
Im TESz (II 442) wird die finnisch-ugrische Grundform *meca rekonstruiert und ebenso erscheint sie im UEW
(1986 : 269), wobei auf einen baltischen Ursprung nicht hingewiesen wird (s.
Namely, we need to give attention to Karoly Redei's supposition about the descent of the Hungarian ninitial negation words from the Uralic demonstrative pronoun *na (MSzFE III 1978 : 464--466; UEW
1986--1988 : 70, 30; Etymologisches Worterbuch des Ungarischen 1993-1995 : 1022), which is quite possible (see Honti 1997 : 164-165).
This at the 2012/2013 Matriculation of 3,890 students to undertake diploma and post-diploma courses through distance and sandwich for the Southern Sector, said the Vice-Chancellor of UEW
, Professor Akwasi Asabere-Ameyaw.