stoit

stoit

(stɔɪt)
n
an uncontrolled movement, a lurch
vb (intr)
1. to lurch or move awkwardly
2. (Fishing) (of a fish) to spring out above the water's surface
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Ansip podcherknul, chto svyazyvat sobytia na Ukraine s ratifikaciei pograndogovora ne stoit. Retrieved June 2014 from: http://rus.delfi.ee/daily/estonia/video-ansip-podcherknul-chto-svyazyvat- sobytiya- na-ukraine-s-ratifikaciej-pograndogovora-ne-stoit.d?id=68137885
Boland (London: Collins and Harvill, 1989); and Efrosiniia Antonovna Kersnovskaia, Skol'ko stoit chelovek (Moscow: Rosspen, 2006).
Ketlinskaia, Inache zhit' ne stoit, Leningrad: Sovetskii pisatel', 1960).
Auf Widerspruch stoit jedoch die Behauptung von Pauls Balodis, dass formelle Merkmale bei der Unterscheidung von Manner- und Frauennamen vollkommen fehlen, denn die Forschungsergebnisse der Magisterarbeit von Annika Hussar belegen, dass auf a- und eauslautende estnische Vornamen zumindest bei der Halfte ihres Vorkommens eher Frauen- als Mannernamen sind (s.
Shaver Carrie Garcia Chapter 4 Sara Shafer Sarah Stoit Chapter 6 Melissa Thomas Leisa Chapman Chapter 7 Shelly Greacen Kerry Anderson Janene Kerekes Theresa Folino Betty Wendt Gail Galate Zennoma Richardson Chapter 9 Michelee Page Erin Rauscher Kristen Wilson Marianne Barker Therese Alme Michael Frost Mandy Kwon Cynthia Elliott Ann Moore Melissa L.
V svete vot kakoe chudo: [And this wonder did we see:] Ostrov na more lezhit, [Midst the ocean there's an island,] Grad na ostrove stoit [And a city on the highland;] S zlatoglavymi tserkvami, [Churches, there, with golden domes,] S teremami, da sadami; [Sunny gardens, happy homes;] El' rastet pered dvortsom, [Near the palace grows a pine;] A pod nei khrustal'nyi dom; [There, a crystal house doth shine;] Belka tarn zhivet ruchnaia, [In it dwells a squirrel tame,] Da zateinitsa kakaia!
SND gives stoiter as an alternative form, which is listed in CSD with stoit and styte as an alternative.
The cross-lagged longitudinal analysis was conducted through the use of SEM analysis run by the LISREL 8.5 program (Joreskog, Sorbom, du Stoit & du Stoit, 1999).
Nature speaks to Pushkin through a rustling oak tree that spreads its branches above the graves, and he listens and is silent: "Stoit shiroko dub nad vazhnymi grobami, / Koleblias' i shumia ..." (An oak stands broadly above the solemn graves, bending and rustling ...).
Ehto zren'e proroka podoshvami Protoptalo tropu v pustote Isvoimi kosymi podoshvami Svet stoit na setchatke moei.
(12.) See, for example, "Pereselentsy na Kavkaze," Sel'skii vestnik (hereafter SV) (1889) #20: 220; "O dvizhenii pereselentsev po Tomskoi gubernii v 1888 godu," SV (1889) #24: 260-263; "Stoit li pereseliat'sia?" SV (1889) #27: 299; "Neudachnye pereseleniia na Kavkaz," SV (1889) #32: 364; "Pereselentsy-dobrovol'nye arestanry," SV (1889) #35: 387; "O dobrovol'nom pereselenii sel'skikh obyvatelei i meshchan na kazennye zemli," SV (1889) #40: 443-445; "Novyi zakon o pereselentsakh na kazennye zemli," SV (1889) #44: 483-484; and "Mytarstva pereselentsev," SV (1889) #46: 499-500.
(9) "Maidan-2013: Khto stoit', chomu i za shcho?" (www.kiis.com.ua/?lang=ukr&cat=reports &id=216&page=l&y=2013&m=12, accessed 15 October 2014.