With the process of relaxing now nominalised
into the noun relaxation, Daniel was able to explain more about the effects of relaxation, as shown in Figure 12.
The first clause ends abruptly with a relating verb (is), signalling that a description of the nominalised
participant (electrical resistance) will follow.
With the obsolescence of nominal case, the suffix continues only for adjectives and for nominalised
This metaphoric representation is a type of 'grammatical metaphor' (Halliday 1985); in that, all activities related to "bringing about reform" ('aSlaha/yuSleh/sa-yuSleh) are nominalised
into an abstract noun -reform ('iSlaah).
The Adjective as an Adjunctive Predicative Expression: A Semantic Analysis of Nominalised
Propositional Structures as Secondary Predicative Syntagmas
rendering of mana would give a direction to Selwyn's interpretation of phonetically similar concepts he encountered in the Melanesian islands.
Neh can be used with nouns within the same prosodic phrase as the pronominal trigger, or it can stretch across prosodic phrases, appearing with nouns, nominalised
verbs and fully fledged verbs.
The Netherlands was also among the 12 states nominalised
by Eurostat for overtaking the level of 60A% of the public debt, but the level of this indicator will be evaluated in the sense of the evolution trend and not as absolute figures.
A verb such as 'feel' can be nominalised
to a noun 'feeling'.
In order to reduce the density of information through the use of nominalisation, the experiential meanings of the nominalised
items were unpacked into clauses in the revised text (e.g.
The lexical term 'disaster' has been nominalised
.It has been rather turned into a noun.
For final impedances of short circuit nominalised
values of impedance are taken into account, so coefficients [K.sub.1], [K.sub.2] and [K.sub.3] take values 0.2 in the case of short circuits.