In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The article focuses on what proves to be the two most distinctive uses of MAKE, viz. the delexical and causative uses.
- On the one hand, the fact that many causative action verbs imply a means - end structure to the actions they describe seems to favour analysis.
- Although Eric seems to assume the experiencer sense, I'm going to make the causative sense explicit.
- The prefix tu denotes likeness and when added to nouns it also has causative properties.
- However, there's a general pattern in English of pairs of inchoative and causative meanings for verbs.
- Vaccination is an important part of prevention, providing sheep with antibodies against the causative agent.
- The general consensus, therefore, was to promote preventive pulmonology which laid stress on motivating the victims to stop smoking which was a major causative factor in almost 90 per cent of the cases.
- A causative role for AHA3 in male gametogenesis was proven by complementation with a normal transgenic gene and rescue of the mutant phenotype back to wild type.
- There are several causative factors for cancer.
- Cigarettes are the main causative factors for lung, oral, oesophageal, stomach, bladder, kidney, pancreas and cervical cancer.
- In California, many of the leading physicians were outwardly hostile to an over-emphasis on germs as the causative factor in disease, and such theories were even slower to take hold among popular writers.
- Almost 30 per cent have hypertension as the causative factor.
- It was in response to this that Tuckey LJ, with whom the other two members of this court agreed, held that the court could take account of other factors as well as those which were strictly causative.
- The high intensity of exposure to asbestos fibers is the most plausible causative factor responsible for a higher rate of respiratory diseases that occurred among miners and millers from Thetford-Mines.
- But, smoking, alcohol and junk food are not the only causative factors, he says.
- She portrays nurses as patient advocates and defends nurses who have made medication errors, explaining that hospital understanding and nursing shortages can be causative factors.
- A growing body of evidence supports the supposition that the quantitative depletion of mtDNA, once thought to be a consequence of type 2 diabetes, could be a causative factor in pathogenesis.
- The question for consideration in this section are the circumstances in which such an intervening event will be held to negate the causative effect of the defendant's breach of duty.
- Milk is a causative factor in most health problems plaguing Americans consuming the Basic American Diet.
- It is not simply a case of arguing in Weberian fashion that each of these relations exercise reciprocal and causative influence.
- The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention have confirmed that the virus is the primary causative agent, but experts say much laboratory work still needs to be done to pinpoint its exact characteristics.
- Tension is a major causative agent for various ailments.
- Human immunodeficiency virus is a causative agent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome disease.
- An association between smoking and cot death may exist, of course, but it is difficult to separate smoking from other causative factors.
- They would prefer to see events in India in 1947 as the real causative factors of the decline of the Empire.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.