Grammatik


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Grammatik

An earlier grammar checking program for DOS, Windows, Macintosh and Unix that was developed by Reference Software and acquired by WordPerfect Corporation in 1993. Novell later acquired WordPerfect, which it then sold to Corel. U.S. government versions checked for usage according to the Government Printing Office and other military and civilian guides. The functionality of Grammatik remained in Corel's WordPerfect office suite. See grammar checker.
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Tropper, Ugaritische Grammatik, AfO 50 (online version only, 2004): 116, 197, 365; <http://www.
1978a, Syrjanische Chrestomathie mit Grammatik und Glossar, Wien.
Die aus fruheren Grammatiken bekannten zwei Kasusformen Inessiv-Elativ und Adessiv-Ablativ werden hingegen in der Grammatik von R.
1988b "'Historische Grammatik and Middle English diphthongal systems", in: Dieter Kastovsky - Gero Bauer (eds.
Users can increase their productivity by taking advantage of PerfectWorks CallerID module to screen and log incoming calls, Grammatik to check documents for grammar and style, QuickCorrect for correcting misspellings as they happen and an integrated version of Quicken SE to get users started organizing their personal finances.
Andreas Sjogren's Livische Grammatik nebst Sprachproben, St.
Moreover, in his renowned Historische Grammatik der englischen Sprache, Luick (1921 [1964]: [section]59 Anm.
Prosarhythmus), Grammatik, Realien und nicht zuletzt Deutung Massstabe setzt und das selbst Lesern, die den Arbiter leidlich zu kennen glaubten, nicht selten das Gefuhl gibt, ihn zum ersten Mal wirklich zu lesen.
Grammatik ira Gesprach: Konstruktionen der Selbst- und Fremdpositionierung.
The authors consider the "Grimmian Revolution"--the paradigm shift in the humanities that accompanied the publication of Jacob Grimm's Deutsche Grammatik during the 19th century--and its impact on 19th and early-20th century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.