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  • International Language Movement (London 1922) and the very short abstract in E. Sylvia Pankhurst, Delphos, the Future of International Language (London 1927)
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  • correct, as we shall see when we cast a glance at the history of the international language movement, and more particularly at its more recent phases.
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  • and among those who have actually taken part in the International Language Movement, Baudouin de Courtenay, Ernst Kock, Wallensköld, Collinson and Sapir
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  • speech impairment usually < 1 or 2 words receptive language better than expressive language movement and balance disorder abnormal gait tremulous movements
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  • are asymmetrical The left lobe is concerned with controlling language related movement, and the right frontal lobe is concerned with non-verbal abilities
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  • Neurolingistics studies the relationship between language and the human brain. It branched off from psycholinguistics, which we've studied earlier. While
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  • considered a social movement. A distinction is drawn between social movements and social movement organizations (SMOs). A social movement organization is
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  • Together these two ideas form the notion of velocity, directed motion. The language we use to describe motion in our universe is the vector, which exists in
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  • flash-card rotation. The next verb examples, that are important to any language, are the movement type verbs. While you can "have, know, can, etc" you also need
    18 KB (2,608 words) - 03:49, 19 July 2016
  • is the study of how a language develops into its present form. This can include changes from older versions of the language in speech and grammar, or
    8 KB (1,147 words) - 02:49, 23 June 2015
  • information economy.This new language has been enabled by the success of the Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) movement, with its most-identified product
    7 KB (1,191 words) - 22:24, 2 September 2011
  • different languages activate in different ways. The main concern of generative grammar is discovering the grammatical rules which apply to all languages, and
    17 KB (2,566 words) - 00:39, 18 March 2016
  • dealt with separately. We discuss the movement of what in this chapter. It is a form of Ā-movement or Wh-movement. First, we have to make sure we understand
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  • following section, “A Brief History of FOSS”) and pioneering position in the movement. According to the FSF, free software is about protecting four user freedoms:
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  • look at lopen. Lopen is a verb of movement. This is why is uses to be as auxiliary if a direction of the movement process is specified. Compare: Ik ben
    23 KB (2,744 words) - 01:27, 22 June 2015
  • figure is the Vlaamse Beweging, the movement in Flanders that resisted the pressure to squeeze out the Dutch language and its Flemish dialects in favor
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  • Alphabet is a manual alphabet that augments the vocabulary of American Sign Language when spelling individual letters of a word is the preferred or only option
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  • The muscular system is the biological system of humans that produces movement. The muscular system, in vertebrates, is controlled through the nervous
    35 KB (5,436 words) - 13:56, 15 March 2016
  • Scratch (category Computer programming languages)
    projects Introducing Scratch Making Sprites Stage Design Custom Image Design Event Triggers and Blocks Basic Animation Movement Scene and Stage Changes
    1 KB (51 words) - 18:01, 22 November 2015
  • – Modes – Tips and Tricks – Useful things for programmers to know – Enhancing Vim – Vim on Windows – VimL Script language, Vile, BB vi) — vi Reference
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