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  • Partitive(Definition of partitive)
  • From the case roles proposed by fillmore (1968), it was demonstrated that case roles appeared where the morphological cases of dative, genitive or instrumental appeared: the experiencer case role (dative in many languages) the recipient case role (dative in many languages) the possessor case role (genitive in many languages) the partitive case role (genitive or partitive in many languages) the instrument case role (instrumental or dative in many languages) the following are observations from sigurðsson on the 'case-semantics in case-languages demonstrating how morphological case is not blind to semantics: agentive subjects are nominative indirect objects are either dative or accusative most benefactive (indirect or direct) objects are dative most malefactive (indirect or direct) objects are accusative instrumental dp-‘objects’ are dative if a lexical item has a choice between an accusative or a dative complement, then that choice is normally semantically controlled

  • Pushover
  • While acknowledging the conservative portrayal, napier describes belldandy as "almost a perfect dream of feminine nurturance" and identifying that she has a "soothing and escapist function", while reviewer megan lavey states that belldandy is no pushover, and that she can hold her own, noting that she is making "the best of difficult circumstances.

  • Palliative(Definition of palliative)
  • Some poor palliative is probably all we shall obtain.

  • Punitive(Definition of punitive)
  • It is apt to be doubly so when, as sometimes occurs, it is punitive in intent.

  • Purgative(Definition of purgative)
  • The primary cause of the disorder is undetected, and consequently no measures taken for its removal, but purgative powder after purgative powder is given, the evil being supposed to rest in the bowels alone, and that such means must eventually get rid of it.

  • Pontiff(Definition of pontiff)
  • She, above all, ought not to be missing from the hall of audience of caesar the pontiff of heaven!

  • Putative
  • Stumpy, in other climes, had been the putative head of two families; in fact, it was owing to some legal informality in these proceedings that roaring camp-a city of refuge-was indebted to his company.

  • Positive(Definition of positive)
  • "i'm never positive, sir hilary, when it is a question of circumstantial evidence.

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