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These diacritics indicate vowel changes.
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These and diacritics
These three differ from each other in the way they treat vowels: abjads have letters for consonants and leave most vowels unexpressed ; abugidas are also consonant-based, but indicate vowels with diacritics to or a systematic graphic modification of the consonants.
These diacritics are used in addition to the acute, grave, and circumflex accents and the diaeresis:
These diacritics, known as Bangjeom ( 방점 ; 傍點 ), were used to mark pitch accents in Hangul for Middle Korean.
These symbols were the origin of the rough breathing and smooth breathing diacritics that became part of classical Greek orthography.
These names either are Latin letters with diacritics ( ñ, é ) or are written in languages or scripts which do not use the Latin alphabet: Arabic, Hangul, Hiragana and Kanji for instance.
These ' more ' and ' less rounded ' diacritics are sometimes also used with consonants to indicate degrees of labialization.
These encodings were designed for representation of Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Dutch, English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Icelandic, which use the Latin alphabet, a few additional letters and ones with precomposed diacritics, some punctuation, and various symbols ( including some Greek letters ).
These and indicate
These microfossils indicate the swamp was `` formed during the Lower Cretaceous period when dinosaurs were at their heyday and when the first flowering plants were just appearing.
These observations indicate that the lunar maria heat up more rapidly and also cool off more rapidly than do the mountainous regions.
These polls have been quite influential, as they indicate which strips the readers like best, and strips that have performed poorly in these polls were usually dropped.
These flags can be used to influence how a program behaves, since they often indicate the outcome of various operations.
These figures indicate that, compared to the more recent figures above, there has been a deterioration this decade, rather than improvement.
These digits are often used with a decimal separator which indicates the start of a fractional part, and with a symbol such as the plus sign + ( for positive ) or minus sign − ( for negative ) adjacent to the numeral to indicate whether it is greater or less than zero, respectively.
These terms may indicate personal attributes, location of origin, occupation, parentage, patronage, adoption, or clan affiliation.
These structures indicate how ligand binding at the extracellular side of a receptor leads to conformational changes in the cytoplasmic side of the receptor.
These differences would indicate that Old Japanese had an eight-vowel system, in contrast to later Japanese's five vowels.
These measures are commonly used to indicate the comparative efficacy of chemical warfare agents, and dosages are typically qualified by rates of breathing ( e. g., resting = 10 l / min ) for inhalation, or degree of clothing for skin penetration.
These varied and often ancient records indicate that distant septs of the name arose in several places throughout Ireland.
These symptoms alone do not necessarily indicate that the baby has inhaled in the fluid by gasping in utero or after birth.
These may indicate an origin earlier than the historical records of Manipur, which go back to the 1st Century A. D.
These bows indicate respect and acknowledgment of social rank, but do not necessarily imply obeisance.
These and vowel
Even cases considered " regular ", with the final-s, are not so simple ; the-s in dogs is not pronounced the same way as the-s in cats, and in a plural like dishes, an " extra " vowel appears before the-s. These cases, where the same distinction is effected by alternative forms of a " word ", are called allomorphy.
These English-based systems agree with the new official system in the use of < ch, sh, zh, sht >, but differ in their treatment of some vowel letters.
These conclusions, published anonymously in his book Arcanum punctuationis revelatum ( Leiden, 1624 ), were hotly contested by Johannes Buxtorf, since they conflicted with those of his father, Johannes Buxtorf senior ; Elias Levita had already disputed the antiquity of the vowel points, with which neither Jerome nor the Talmud showed any acquaintance.
These are not the only combination patterns present, and there are patterns of two " short " vowels followed by a " long " vowel in other lines, including 12, 22, and 59, which are repeated twice and then followed up with two sets of " short " vowel and then " long " vowel pairs.
These include 20 ( Traill ) or 43 ( DoBeS ) click consonants and several vowel phonations, though opinions vary as to which of the 130 ( Traill ) or 164 ( DoBeS ) consonant sounds are single segments and which are consonant clusters.
These consonants are analyzed as ambisyllabic because they constitute not only the syllable onset of the second syllable but also the syllable coda of the first syllable, which must not be empty because the syllable nucleus is a checked vowel.
These are the dullest and lowest-pitched type, and when following a vowel often add strong r-coloring to the vowel, sounding as if an American English r occurs between the vowel and consonant.
These scrolls sometimes contain vowel points and te ` amim ( cantillation signs ), and sometimes do not.
These scrolls are written in accordance with the laws of writing Torah scrolls, and thus do not contain vowel points or cantillations signs.
These terms are built up from speech sounds that are easiest to produce ( bilabials like m, p, and b and the open vowel a ).
These pre-Christian symbols, as well as paleolographical characteristics as the lack of vowel marks in the Ge ' ez script, convinced Ullendorff that the monument dated " to the early part of the fourth century A. D ."
These lines were put into rhymed couplets ; couplets alternated between " feminine " ( i. e. ending in a mute e ) and " masculine " ( i. e. ending in a vowel other than a mute e, a consonant or a nasal vowel ) rhymes.