A striking increase in the use of elective single cell embryo transfer (e-SET
) has occurred since 2003, when the percentage of cycles with e-SET
was only 0.7% for women younger than age 35, 0.4% for those aged 35-37 years, 0,2% for those aged 38-40, 0.1% for those aged 41-42, and 0.0% for those older than age 42.
The subject inflectional suffixes are L-set suffixes (< *preposition l- with pronominal suffixes) attached to base P, E-set suffixes (mostly enclitic pronouns in origin) attached to base S, Imp-set (imperative) suffixes attached to base O, and Cop, the present copula, attached to base Pt.
The following are a paradigm of E-set and subjunctive (S + E-set) paradigms of selected verb classes (e.g., [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'that [I.sup.m.] reap,' etc.):
Contrary to the great majority of NENA dialects, CKS has no P-base inflections with intra-conjugational E-set object markers such as JKS [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'he saw her' and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'he had seen her.'
?ale [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'he has opened' or 'it has opened, intr.' (29) (3c) Preverbal + P inflected with E-set suffixes, expressing stative perfect in J.Rustaqa and Rwanduz (alongside the dynamic perfect construction described under 3b above), e.g., la-plix ['it.sup.m.] is open,' la-dmixa 'she is asleep' (cf.