- n. Plural form of suffix.
“Some words are simply scientific, coming from Greek and Latin suffixes, prefixes, and roots.”
“The first domain suffixes especially created for mobile devices became available on Monday, but some critics say a new domain naming plan is unnecessary.”
“QWERTY keyboard layout to English-language morphology and its rules for generating suffixes is a non-relation, a sheer metonymy; yet here, by chance (or fate? or neither?) the exteriority of the typo has become teasingly indistinguishable from the interiority of the language.”
“Both the animated series and the manga have had translations keeping the name suffixes in place.”
“And, when another approach seemed called for, some of Jameses 'neighbors or overlords started sticking on the pejorative suffixes - azzo, - accio,”
“Also you may want to squeeze in suffixes (even if you already taught it) to make sure they don’t get confused between suffixes and prefixes.”
“Foolish or not, looking for consistency in such suffixes is bound to drive anyone to distraction, because it doesn’t exist.”
“I’d probably agree with you, but this mispelling and bracketing suffixes is just dumb and only serves to hurt the discussion.”
“Icann, which the U.S. government created in 1998, approves new domain-name suffixes, among other technical matters.”
“Verisign, the communications company that manages the Internet's dot-com and dot-net domain name suffixes, also assists Internet companies with information requests from law enforcement agencies.”
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