neut.

neut.

abbr.
1. neuter
2. neutral
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neut.

abbreviation for
neuter
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-as-stem neut. noun (tamas- 'darkness' Rig Veda+ [=Avestan
NEUT. petn-o 'mrlja, fleka' [right arrow] IMPFVpetn-j-a '(ja) flekam, prljam...'; R.
Southampton, PA, February 20, 2015 --(PR.com)-- NewAge Industries announces the promotions of Mary Marcus and Mary Vander Neut. Marcus is the company's new Director of Quality, while Vander Neut fills a new position, that of Finance Director.
Van der Neut will succeed Leif Bertilsson, who is to step down as CMD of Grontmij Sweden and will serve as commercial director and report to van der Neut.
Parameters for the simple model for sediment concentration, from the literature and unpublished sources FOE, Efficient of entrainment; n.d., not determined EOE Site and soil (A) [[lambda].sub.bare] Pastures/rangelands 'Springvale' -SS and MS total sediment 0.058 (B) -MSe total sediment 0.081 (B) 'Cardigan', Burdekin, neut. red duplex, 0.11 native pasture, 1.6-4.5% slope Burdekin Qld, native pasture woodland, neutral red and yellow duplex soils, 2-3% slope -'Kirk River' stoloniferous, 0.14 Bothriochloa pertusa -'Silver Valley' tussock, Heteropogon 0.11 sp.
The possibility has been observed for words throughout the Old English period to show forms of declension classes of more than one gender: e.g., horh 'rheum' (masc., neut.), leah 'lea' (masc., fem.), sloh 'mire' (masc., fem., neut., declined as either a-stem or o-stem: Campbell 1959: [section][section] 574.2, 589.3); see Lass (1995: 97).
zadi rather than a phonetic writing for accusative neut. za.
neut.', graen [krain] 'green, fem.' - graent [kraint] 'green, neut'.
neut., which would justify the translation 'I had a living soul' here; see Eduard Sievers and Karl Brunner, Altenglische Grammatik (Tubingen, 1965), 303.
neut. meni (3x; e.g., me-e-ni-i=m-mi-it KBo 3.22 rev.