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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of devoice.
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I haven't looked up his roots, but I would suspect that if a voiced aspirated stop devoices after *s then Indo-Iranian and possibly Greek should retain the feature of aspiration.
Driver update software can save you a lot of time, as they will scan your existing driver files and provide you with all of the latest versions of device drivers available, so you will be able to plug in and start using your devoices straight away without having to up date the drivers one by one.
Despite critics who say that money in developing countries is better spent on books and teachers, placing such devoices into the hands of children is a worldwide diffusion of knowledge for a cost so low the savings are scarcely imaginable.