During the exposition of the fourth commandment, there is a poignant reference to children dying from pestilence, which the author warns may be a result of the failure of parents and godparents to teach children obedience: And [thorn]is lessoun schulde euery bodily fadir
and modir and goostly teche her childre / And if [thorn]is lessoun hadde ben tauzt and kept in Englond, J trowe [thorn]e londe hadde stonde in more prosperite [thorn]en it now dio[thorn] / And it may be [thorn]at for vengeaunce of [thorn]is synne of vnworschipyng of fadir
In "Edward, Edward" (Reliques, 1:82-85), a poem he seems to have significantly altered before sending it on to Percy, we find "deir son" and "fadir
dear"--that is a transposition of noun-and-adjective--somewhat like the change from "master deir" to "deir master" in "Sir Patrick Spence." Actually, there is a closer analogue in the Reliques.
, forsuth, ryght so walde I, Leuer pan lange to leue in lande.
For right as God sitteth realli in heuene in his trone, so the wisdoom of the Fadir
, that is God the Sone, sitteth realli in iuste mennes saules thorou grace.
For example, we would expect the |t' in Latin pater and Greek pater to correspond to [|theta'] [theta: [|theta']]in Germanic forms of the Indo-European word (*)pater, but instead we find Gothic fadar (the'd' here representing the voiced interdental fricative [delta]), Icelandic fadir
, and Old English foeder (the'd'in foeder is a later development of an earlier [delta]; the fact that Modern English |father' has an [delta] sound in place of a [d] sound is a later development).
FABERE [Fleksiyon ABduksiyon Eksternal Rotasyon Ekstansiyon (Patrick)] testi, FADIR
(fleksiyon, adduksiyon ve ic rotasyon), Gaenslen testleri ve sakroiliyak kompresyon testleri solda pozitifti.
(16) The hip scour and flexion-adduction-internal rotation (FADIR
or FADDIR) tests (3,17) recreated the chief complaint, produced a palpable non-painful click, and had a hard end-feel.