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- v. Present participle of nominalize.
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Such is the nominalizing effect of the global supply chain, from which all companies source their parts and technology.
To these I would add the following: 1. IE s-stem ending *-Vs corresponds to the Uralic nominalizing suffix *-ta.
Ingenious though their strategy is, it offers no help for nominalizing “Of 20,481 species examined, two-thirds were secure, seven percent were critically imperiled, and fifteen percent were vulnerable”.
Probably we have the development Hap -- Ap -- Ip -- Nip -- Nippon which is quite regular in some languages with the Sumerian nominalizing suffix "on".
The nominalizing - i and the indicative - ma are not fused form-affixes, they are simply additions of formal import.
How weak must be the degree of fusion between fire in the house and the nominalizing or verbalizing suffix is apparent from the fact that the formally indifferent inikwihl is not an abstraction gained by analysis but a full-fledged word, ready for use in the sentence.
The difficulty in nominalizing the subsides doesn’t mitigate the importance of considering the realities of such massive public expenditure.