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Some linguists ' proposals for grouping within Afroasiatic
Some linguists believe the case for either interpretation is about equally strong ; they have been called the " skeptics ".
Some linguists restrict the double-dot subscript ⟨⟩ to murmured sonorants, such as vowels and nasals, which are murmured throughout their duration, and use the superscript hook-aitch ⟨⟩ for the breathy-voiced release of obstruents.
Some linguists, such as John DeFrancis and J. Marshall Unger have argued that genuine ideographic writing systems with the same capacities as natural languages do not exist.
Some linguists classify Northern Khmer as a separate, but closely related language rather than a dialect.
Some linguists do not differentiate between languages and dialects, i. e. languages are dialects and vice versa.
Some linguists, such as John McWhorter, have analyzed the evolution and construction of basic communication methods such as Pidginization and Creolization.
Some historical linguists presume that all languages go back to a single common ancestor.
Some linguists see this as the earliest arrival of Nostratic languages in the Middle East.
The first steps towards the finalization of Interlingua were taken in 1937, when a committee of 24 eminent linguists from 19 universities published Some Criteria for an International Language and Commentary.
Some other linguists, such as Antoine Meillet, also considered Macedonian dialects as comprising an independent language group distinct from both Bulgarian and Serbian.
Some linguists take an agnostic view.
Some linguists ( such as Roman Jakobson, Morris Halle, and Noam Chomsky ) consider phonemes to be further decomposable into features, such features being the true minimal constituents of language.
Some Polish linguists ridiculed attempts to create a standardized form of Kashubian / Pomeranian, and tried to discredit those Kashubian authors who worked on it.
Some linguists ( e. g. Ruhlen 1994 ) claim that this difficulty can be overcome by means of mass comparison and internal reconstruction ( cf.
Some linguists have used the term RP but expressed reservations about its suitability.
Some linguists have come to actually view the numeral as the head in this relationship to fit the rigid right-branching of these languages.
Some linguists believe the Turkic languages to be a part of a larger Altaic language family.
Some linguists point out strong similarities in the pronouns of Uralic and Altaic languages.
Some linguists maintain that Uralic and Altaic are related through a larger family, such as Eurasiatic or Nostratic, within which Uralic and Altaic are no more closely related to each other than either is to any other member of the proposed family, for instance than Uralic or Altaic is to Indo-European ( e. g. Greenberg 2000: 17 ).
Some modern linguists have suggested that the two variant Greek Keltoi and Galatai have a common origin.
Some linguists have argued that it was the more-common Low Malay that formed the base of the Indonesian language.
Some other linguists have argued, however, that some of these properties have been misanalyzed, and that others are actually expected under current theories of Universal Grammar.
Some modern linguists derive it and its Greek root from the Proto-Indo-European root * tel, ' to uphold, support '; others suggest that it is a pre-Indo-European name.

Some and advocated
Some of the most prominent civil-rights activists were multiracial, and advocated equality for all.
Some of those who advocated " independent invention ", like Lewis Henry Morgan, additionally supposed that similarities meant that different groups had passed through the same stages of cultural evolution ( See also classical social evolutionism ).
Some economists advocated state support of public works and education.
Some Fathers of the Church advocated celibacy and virginity as preferable alternatives to marriage.
Some parapsychologists have advocated other interpretations of déjà vu.
Some proponents of this view of language have advocated a formal approach which studies language structure by identifying its basic elements and then formulating a formal account of the rules according to which the elements combine to form words and sentences.
Some, notably Professor Bruce Biggs, have advocated that double vowels be written to mark long vowel sounds ( for example, Maaori ), but he was more concerned with their being marked be marked at all than with the method that was chosen.
Some researchers and people with Asperger's have advocated a shift in attitudes toward the view that it is a difference, rather than a disability that must be treated or cured.
Some bishops had advocated a dogma of Mary Mediatrix, Advocate and Co-Redemptrix.
Some reformers were disappointed that President Garfield had advocated limited tenure only to minor office seekers and had given appointments to his old friends.
Some economists have advocated going as far as allowing the sale of organs.
Some protesters advocated non-payment of taxes, and urged a run on the banks, saying, " Stop the Duke, go for gold.
Some theorists suggest civil disobedience is, itself, a right, and it was advocated by thinkers such as Henry David Thoreau, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Some anarchists ( usually social anarchists ) have advocated forms of direct democracy as an alternative to the centralized state and capitalism ; however, others ( such as individualist anarchists ) have criticized direct democracy and democracy in general for ignoring the rights of the minority, and instead have advocated a form of consensus decision-making.
Some nobles advocated electing a sole king, but eventually both brothers were elected kings.
Some left-wing groups and political parties have advocated, since the 1980s, for a full devolution of powers by transforming the Federal District into the thirty-second constituent state of the Federation ( with the proposed name of " State of the Valley of Mexico ", to be distinguished from the state of México.
Some Chinese scholars have advocated a name change for the region, or a reversion to the older term Xiyu, arguing that " Xinjiang " might mislead people into thinking that Xinjiang is " new " to China.
Some, such as Samuel Adams, advocated placing the money in London banks to serve as backing for the paper currency issued by the colonies.
Some merchants found The Shoplifting Act overly severe, jurors often deliberately under-valued the cost of items stolen so convicted shoplifters would escape death, and reformist lawyers advocated for the Act's repeal, but The Shoplifting Act was supported by powerful people such as Lord Ellenborough, who characterized penal transportation as " a summer airing to a milder climate " and the archbishop of Canterbury, who believed that strong punishment was necessary to prevent a dramatic increase in crime.
It was the philosopher John Locke who first seems to have advocated targeting children as a special audience in Some Thoughts Concerning Education ( 1693 ).
Some allegations centred on the school's Head of Science Steven Layfield who had in 2000, prior to his taking up the post, publicly advocated the teaching of Intelligent Design in schools.
Some delegates supported this position and advocated emphasizing Muslim solidarity and the defense of Muslim lands, including present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Some businesses have voluntarily adopted a triple bottom line as part of their articles of incorporation or bylaws, and some have advocated for state laws creating a " Sustainable Corporation " that would grant triple bottom line businesses benefits such as tax breaks.

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