Compared to Veps, Finnish is some what different and may display derivations
of monosyllabic stems but in such case the suffix must always be a double derivation
-ske(nte)le-, because the vowel-headed -ele cannot be attached to the vowel stem (Hakulinen, Vilkuna, Korhonen, Koivisto, Heinonen, Alho 2004 : 354).
Since Bauer (2004) does not propose an overall solution for this problem I draw on Martin Arista (forthcoming d, e), who holds that zero derivation
takes place when the derivative belongs in an inflectional paradigm.
In the following paragraphs, we describe the derivation
The overall estimated 10-year mortality was 42% among all patients in the derivation
group and 40% among patients in the validation group.
To create and assess the risk score, the researchers divided the derivation
and validation cohorts into four risk strata: low, those with scores of less than zero; low intermediate, those with scores of 0-5; high intermediate, with scores of 6-9; and high, patients with scores of more than 9.
After a lukewarm attitude to the controversy, the South-West, which was more interested in regional autonomy, also came round to support 25% for derivation
While we might debate the meaning and derivation
of rights ad infinitum, social workers are still faced daily with people in need requiring assistance.
s)] reproduce the boundary values assumed in their derivation
This dictionary is touted as the only one to trace the derivation
of scientific bird names back to the original Greek.
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RSS does an exceptional job of explaining sign derivation
In this edition, Dickson provides a thorough glossary of all the terms, clearly explaining their derivation