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subj.

abbr.
1. subject
2. subjective
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FC Koln (10) 17:30 Saturday 50% 9 SC Paderborn 07 (8) 17:30 Saturday 36.4% Second survey (27th matchday) 10 Borussia Dortmund (10) 18:30 Saturday 28% 11 FC Augsburg (6) 15:30 Sunday 39% 12 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (7) 15:30 Saturday 35.8% 13 SV Werder Bremen (9) 15:30 Saturday 39.3% 14 Eintracht Frankfurt (8) 15:30 Saturday 47.7% 15 VfL Wolfsburg (2) 15:30 Saturday 65.4% 16 Bayer 04 Leverkusen (4) 15:30 Saturday 70.3% 17 SC Freiburg (15) 15:30 Saturday 36.2% 18 Hertha Berlin (13) 17:30 Sunday 48.6% # Home team (#rank) (a) Subj. (c) Suspense (c) First survey (10th matchday) 1 FC Bayern Munchen (1) 6.7 8.3 2 FC Schalke 04 (12) 6.6 5.4 3 Borussia M'gladbach (2) 6.7 6.1 4 1.
One can search "Subject," "Roster," "Met Careers," and "Selection/Excerpts." All but "Met Careers" can be used with "Begins" or "Contains." Browsing by subject is similar to using the "Subj. Consult" button described above but a little less flexible, without the ability to combine terms.
Agnew, Subj.: Post Apollo Space Program Concerns, Aug 4, 1969.
Seamans, Subj.: Invitation for Joint Study, Apr 4, 1969; Deputy Administrator George M.
middle ajusran, jusana- root aorist subj. active josat(i) root aorist subj.
middle yodhana- [yutsmahi (AV)] root aorist subj. active yodhat root aorist subj.
(33) u-lol-e mu-limi 'see a farmer (subj.)' u-jiing-e mu-limi 'carry a farmer (subj.)' va-molom-el-e mu-limi 'they speak for a farmer (subj.)' The reason that we analyze this as "H2H+L" rather than, e.g., "Penult H + L" is that, as can be seen by comparing u-jiig-e mulimi with va-molomel-e mulimi, the L tone will associate to the final vowel only if it is preceded in the verb by at least three moras.
(35) u-molom-el-e zi-!siimbwa 'speak for the dogs (subj.)' u-rhumul-il-e zi-!siimbwa 'hit for the dogs (subj.)' (36) demonstrates how the grammatical tones of the subjunctive are associated straightforwardly to a verb with four moras (not including the subject agreement prefix).
`As for John, he quickly bought/has bought PASSE COMP a car before the prices rose/rise PRES DU SUBJ.' a.
`She has gone/went PASSE COMP to the store to get some bread before the store closes/closed PRES DU SUBJ.'