In the late nineties, he studied modulation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (co-factor suppletion
, gene therapy) as a major topic for research, leading to the first demonstration of the relevance of nitric oxide synthase uncoupling in humans with dyslipidemia.
Under an approach of this kind, paradigms are recognised on the basis of semantic relations, and stem suppletion
is a possibility in derivational paradigms just as it is, quite uncontroversially, in inflectional paradigms, (.
He draws on Doel and Clarke's four concepts of virtual reality as: simulation, a dangerous and pale imitation; suppletion
, a correcting of defects; s(ed)uction, a fetishized ideal; and as simulacrum,, through Deleuzian actualisation or 'becoming-other' (rather than the realisation of pre-existing possibilities) (37).
Conditions of physical activity differ from the usually investigated conditions at rest because physical activity is accompanied by a change of bodily states due to the involved movements and the energy suppletion
necessary for carrying out these movements.
This section is useful in introducing the reader to linguistic terminology and methodology, such as internal reconstruction, suppletion
He distinguishes six types of marking: suppletion
For comparative usage-data see Bernard Comrie, "Recipient Person Suppletion
in the Verb 'give'," in Mary Ruth Wise et al.
Another group includes verbs such as MINEMA 'go' and OLEMA 'be', which exhibit suppletion
and other irregularities.
It occurs in Welsh almost exclusively in the present tense, where it fell into desuetude in the course of the medieval period; a functionally corresponding distinction survives in Modern Irish verbs with suppletion
, mostly in the past tense, but the double flexion remains as a regular feature of the present in Scots Gaelic.
undergoes a suppletion
upon addition of the conjunctive participle
Where part of a word is given in [less than] [greater than] brackets, this indicates not a resolved abbreviation but a suppletion
for illegible or hidden letters.
c] due to the continuous suppletion
of C from around the particle ([C.