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Sahih-Muslim-english-translation (1) 94%

Concerning iman by which a person would enter heaven................................64 Chapter 6:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/05/05/sahih-muslim-english-translation-1/

04/05/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

MJHS Parent Handbook 91%

Providing information concerning possible progressive penalties for violation of rules and regulations;

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/01/20/mjhs-parent-handbook/

20/01/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

padrepedro 02 eng 91%

29 June/ 12 July 2010  memory of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul    Presbyter Fr. Pedro Luiz Anacleto dos Santos Junior  Tel. +30 6988 975 751  Email : padrepedroelucia@gmail.com        To:  His Eminence Metropolitan (G.O.C.)  Kyr kyr Kirykos.      Your Eminence,        It  is  to  my  great  sorrow  to  note  that  until  now  You  have  not  answered  my  letter  from  28  Feb.  (O.C.)/  13  Mar.  (N.C.),  which  shows  Your  Eminence’s indifference and contempt towards my humbleness.      For which reasons You display such indifference, the Lord knows.      Since, however, the themes and problems, which I set forth in my above‐ mentioned letter to You, arise in Your letter to my humbleness and touch upon  issues concerning the Faith of the Orthodox Church handed down and sealed by  the  Holy  Fathers  and  because  Your  teachings,  positions,  views  and  actions  deviate  from  this,  for  this  reason,  I  am  obligated  to  not  silence  myself,  but  to  mention and clarify the below:      1.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/23/padrepedro-02-eng/

23/09/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

FINAL Brujula ciudadana articulo Olson y Gordon sobre proceso electoral de mexico 90%

Olson and Nina Gordon1 Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute With elections fast approaching in Mexico, and Mexicans still deciding on their preferred candidate, a question has been raised concerning United States views of the presidential candidates and how these might affect U.S.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/05/07/untitled-pdf-document-12/

07/05/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

TEGTW 90%

Page 1  Thanks to Reddit use rs    Snuggle_Moose and most especially purpleice822 For being such hilarious human beings ;D Page 2 Table of Contents 1. Introduction............................................................................................................................................5 1.1. Small description of Waj.................................................................................................................5 1.2. Its ancestor & history......................................................................................................................5 1.3. Waj's future.....................................................................................................................................5 1.4. A secret text for you to translate.....................................................................................................6 2. Meta.......................................................................................................................................................7 2.1. Pronunciation..................................................................................................................................7 2.1.1. Sounds of letters......................................................................................................................7 2.1.2. IPA Table.................................................................................................................................7 2.1.3. Concerning “y” and its mutation.............................................................................................8 3. Words, phrases & specials......................................................................................................................8 3.1. Commons........................................................................................................................................8 3.1.1. Pronouns..................................................................................................................................8 3.1.2. Contractions............................................................................................................................9 3.1.2.1. Merged contractions.........................................................................................................9 3.1.3. Suffixes..................................................................................................................................10 3.1.3.1. Waj Suffixes...................................................................................................................10 3.1.3.2. English Prefixes & Suffixes...........................................................................................10 3.1.4. Possession..............................................................................................................................10 3.1.5. Numerals................................................................................................................................11 3.1.5.1. Alternate Numerals........................................................................................................12 3.1.5.2. Base 16...........................................................................................................................12 3.1.6. Days of the week...................................................................................................................12 3.1.7. Months of the year.................................................................................................................12 3.1.9. Directions..............................................................................................................................13 3.1.10. Limbs & body parts.............................................................................................................13 3.1.8. Common sayings...................................................................................................................14 3.2. Slang.............................................................................................................................................14 3.2.1. Possessive slang.....................................................................................................................14 3.2.2. Rude slang.............................................................................................................................14 3.2.3. Other.....................................................................................................................................14 4. Grammar...............................................................................................................................................15 4.1 Syntax & word usage.....................................................................................................................15 4.1.1. Dropping of subject...............................................................................................................15 4.1.2. The English use of “to”.........................................................................................................15 4.1.3. The use of “cac / cyc” & “cacla / cycla”...............................................................................16 4.1.4. The English use of “that” in Waj...........................................................................................16 4.1.5. Past & future tense verbs.......................................................................................................16 4.1.6. The English use of “like”......................................................................................................16 4.1.7. The dropping of “b”...............................................................................................................17 4.1.8. Use of English's “in”.............................................................................................................17 4.1.9. The English order of “in” and “to”........................................................................................17 Page 3 4.1.10. English's “changed to”.........................................................................................................17 4.1.11. English's ­s suffix as a third person singular present...........................................................17 4.1.12. “b” ending a sentence..........................................................................................................18 4.1.13. Concerning English's “I have done” & “I have to”..............................................................18 4.1.14. Concerning “geo” and “geale”.............................................................................................18 4.1.15. The use of “­loth” & “­losh”................................................................................................18 4.1.16. Concerning events done regularly in the past......................................................................19 4.1.17. The use of “­uth”..................................................................................................................19 4.1.18. Concerning “il” & “ip”........................................................................................................19 4.1.19. Concerning Waj's plurals, somes, and alls...........................................................................19 4.1.20. Concerning “ap” & “aap”....................................................................................................19 4.1.21. The use of English's “what”.................................................................................................20 4.1.22. The use of English's “why”.................................................................................................20 4.1.23. The use of English's “that” and “which”.............................................................................20 4.1.24. Acting upon an object.........................................................................................................20 4.1.25. English's “would” and “could”............................................................................................20 4.1.26. Telling and talking...............................................................................................................20 4.1.27. Waj's “git” and “yipa”..........................................................................................................20 4.1.28. English's “one”....................................................................................................................21 4.1.29. Referencing people by amount............................................................................................21 4.1.30. English's “mine”..................................................................................................................21 4.1.31. Moods..................................................................................................................................21 4.1.32. Commanding others........................................................................................................21 4.1.33. English's “as...as”................................................................................................................22 4.1.34. Nouns as verbs.....................................................................................................................22 4.1.35. Waj's “re”.............................................................................................................................22 4.2. Formality......................................................................................................................................22 5. Writing and other documenting...........................................................................................................23 5.1. In all forms....................................................................................................................................23 5.1. Alphabets & scripts.......................................................................................................................23 5.1.1. Common Alphabet.................................................................................................................23 5.1.2. gasyan amej...........................................................................................................................24 5.1.3. hqal........................................................................................................................................25 6. Dictionary.............................................................................................................................................26 6.1. Waj to English...............................................................................................................................27 6.2. English to Waj..............................................................................................................................83 Page 4 1. Introduction 1.1. Small description of Waj Waj is a constructed language (conlang), created and developed from 2013 to 2014 hej libi by  myself, Patrick Bowen, in an attempt to make a easy to use and remember language. Over the  years of its development, it has gone through a lot of changes, but has always remained the  langauage of which I reveer as  me. It's the first and currently last effort of mine to create a  fully functioning language, and its start was simply me playing around.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/11/09/tegtw/

09/11/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

resolution 88%

Subject of Resolution: End Disputes Between Competition Submitted To:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/04/21/resolution/

20/04/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

R. c. Neil 88%

R. c. Neil, [2002] 3 R.C.S.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/02/07/r-c-neil/

07/02/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Dear Parent 87%

Confidentiality is always respected An NCMA contract is studied and signed to make a formal agreement for clarity concerning hours/payment, once parents are satisfied that the setting suits their child.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/07/05/dear-parent/

05/07/2013 www.pdf-archive.com