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A survey of CAUS members demonstrated that there is considerable variability between the different training programs, with 36% of respondents reporting no structured evaluation method in place.
Why would CAUS give away access to such costly infrastructure?
The CAUS allows newcomers to enter this market space intelligently and confidently without fear of compromising loan origination and referral relationships.
The psychology is soft, gentle, humble," said Walch, associate director of CAUS, who used works of art from Mark Rothko to Pierre Bonnard to illustrate the evolution of key color movements.
A lot of people have described the '90s as a rerun of the '70s because of the interest in beige and earth tones," says Margaret Walch, associate director for CAUS.
The following abbreviations are used in the glosses: I-V genders ABL Ablative, BEN benefactive, CAUS causative, CNTR contrastive, COND conditional, CVB converb, DAT Dative, EP epenthetic, ERG Ergative, ESS Essive, F feminine, GEN1 first Genitive, HAB habitual, HPL human plural, INF infinitive, IMP imperative, IPFV imperfective, LAT Lative, LNK linker morpheme, M masculine, NEG negation, OBL oblique, POT potential, PRET preterite, PRS present, PST past, PTCP participle, SG singular, QUOT quotative, UW unwitnessed, W witnessed.
He said the CAUS government should apologise to Pakhtuns.
INSTR refers to the potential instrument by means of which the effector produces a sound, and together with CAUS they will codify the causal chain linking the effector and the implement (in RRG terms) or intermediary instrument (following Levin's words).
EX = first person exclusive non-singular pronoun, 2SG = second person singular pronoun, 2NSG = second person non-singular pronoun, 3SG = third person singular pronoun, 3NSG = third person non-singular pronoun, ACC = accusative case article, AL = alienable noun suffix, APPL applicative suffix, CAUS = causative prefix, COM = comitative preposition, CONJ = conjunction, CONST = construct suffix, DEN = 'denizen of', DIR = suffix indicting motion towards addressee, or past/future deictic centre, DL = dual number particle, IRR = irrealis mood particle, LOC = locative case article, O = object enclitic, P = possessive suffix, PERS = personal noun article, REAL = realis mood particle, REDUP = reduplication, S = subject proclitic, TEL = telic aspect particle, to.