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AcronymDefinition
DATData (file name extension)
DATDigital Audio Tape
DATDatum
DATDisaster Action Team
DATDental Admissions Test
DATDopamine Transporter
DATDeutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (German Automobile Trust)
DATDynamic Address Translation
DATDrug Action Team (UK)
DATDirect Antiglobulin Test
DATDrug and Alcohol Testing (US Military Entrance Processing Station)
DATDifferential Aptitude Test
DATDirect Access Trading
DATDelivered at Terminal
DATDesk Appearance Ticket (summons issued to violator in lieu of arrest)
DATDine About Town (San Francisco)
DATDementia of Alzheimer Type
DATSpecial Patrol (O/T forms - obsolete)
DATDisability Awareness Training
DATDischarge Air Temperature
DATDisaster Assistance Team (American Red Cross)
DATDiet As Tolerated
DATDowntown Action Team
DATDirect Antiglobulin Testing
DATDarang Deng (SIL code, China)
DATDistributed Active Transformer
DATDouble Acting Tanker
DATDirect Access Technology
DATDuplicate Address Test
DATDatabase Advanced Training
DATDirectorate of Army Training (Canadian Armed Forces)
DATDepartment of Advanced Technology
DaTDesign-a-trial
DATDigital Archive Tape
DATData Assessment Tool
DATDistrict Action Team
DATDynamic Algorithm Transform
DATDevelopment Around Transit
DATDirectorate of Labour Inspection (Norway)
DATDisputes Automated Tracking
DATDeployment Action Team (JDA)
DATDevelopment Acceptance Test
DATDays After Term Award
DATDirection of Arrival Tracking
DATDisconnect Actuating Tool
DATDesign Assurance Testing
DATDevelopment Assist Test
DATDays After Tasking
DATDigital Analog Trunk (telecommunications)
DATDesign Acceptance/Approval Test
DATDigitool Applied Technologies
DATDemilitarization Alternative Technology
DATDay After Tomorrow (film)
DATDétachement Avancé des Transmissions (French: Advanced Signals Detachment)
DATDefence Against Terrorism
DATDépartement de l'Aménagement du Territoire (French: Department of Regional Planning; Luxembourg)
DATData Analysis Team
DATData Analysis Tool
DATDocumentation et Assistance Technique (French: Documentation and Technical Assistance)
DATDamage Assessment Team
DATDative (grammar)
DATDays After Treatment (agricultural science)
DATDéclaration d'Accident du Travail (French: Work Accident Statement)
DATDays After Transplanting
DATDanish Air Transport (est. 1989)
DATData Assurance Team
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Two formatives (lan of the dative case and la in gerunds with a possessive marker) are defined as "conventionally strong" and marked with bold.
This means that for Dolgan, the encoding of secondary predicates switched from dative to instrumental sometime in the 20th century.
35) The adjective [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (written) of Romans 2:15 easily corresponds to the verb [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (I will write), (36) the dative plural [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (hearts) as the location of the writing in both texts corresponds, and the singular noun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (law) can be connected to the referent of the pronoun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], that is, the plural [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (laws), especially since the Hebrew original has the singular toratti (my law).
As such, "liv[ing] upon the dative" suggests the travels shape Taylor, much as the dative case acts upon and thus defines its subject.
No Case(in Karka Vibhakt in meaning English) (in sanskrit) sanskrit 1 Nominative kartA Prathma Agent or subject 2 Accusative Karma dviteeyA Object 3 Instrumental karaNa triteeyA With, by 4 Dative sampradAn Chaturthi For 5 Ablative apAdAn Panchami From 6 Genitive Sambandh Shashti Of 7 Locative Adhikaran Saptami In, on, into 8 Vocative sambodhan sambodhan Oh
cultori" is in the dative case, not the genitive (line 6); and the expansion of the title in the last line is not correct, perhaps due to another proofreading error.
Our audience is not uniformly versed in such things as objects, direct or otherwise, let alone accusative, dative, nominative and genitive.
110) may have been a slip of the keyboard; it may have been an inappropriate translation of a dative plural--in any case it should have been corrected (and, for that matter, italicized instead of set in single quotation marks).
A student who does not know how to work out the ablative plural of a feminine Latin noun, or the dative plural of a German masculine noun, gains negligible advantage from a dictionary.
6) Masaracchia also preferred reading icnesi in the simplest and most common way, as an instrumental dative, indicating careful and circumspect movement.
Active voice signaled by the affix (-u)m- on the verb Objective voice signaled by the suffix -on Dative voice signaled by the suffix -in Instrumental voice signaled by the prefix pag- plus reduplication Locative voice (which includes location, time and reason) signaled by the suffix -an.