Aave

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Aave

A blockchain-based borrowing and lending protocol that runs on Ethereum. Introduced in 2017, Aave, along with Compound, are two major Ethereum lending platforms. When users deposit their crypto, they are awarded "aTokens" for the funds they have lent. AAVE is the Aave governance token, formerly known as LEND. In Europe, users can pay for everyday items with Aave Pay using fiat currency. See DeFi lending and crypto glossary.
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"This finding reveals a cyclic pattern in the use of African-American vernacular English that no one expected to see during children's language development," said Janneke Van Hofwegen, a research associate at NC State and co-author of the study.
(1998) "Some aspects of African-American Vernacular English phonology." In S.
Moreover, virtually all of the sociolinguistic studies of African-American language have focused either on the unique grammatical, lexical and phonological features of African-American Vernacular English (see, e.g., Troutman 2001; Scott 2000; Bailey & Thomas 1998; Green 1998; Labov 1970, 1972), or on African-American verbal genres such as signifying, loud-talking, he-said-she-said, or playing the dozens (see, e.g., Smitherman 2000; Morgan 1991; Goodwin 1990; Mitchell-Kernan 1972).
Because Americans tend to look down on certain language variations--such as African-American Vernacular English or Appalachian English--the analysis of language variation and its accompanying practices are met with controversy.

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