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The common definition of the noun, not a definition, but a sort
arities) : PROPER, COMMON, ABSTRACT (adjective and verb),
Special explanation of the term 'Meaningless'
Probably all Proper names once had meaning..
away, the name becoming a mere mark to know the ob-
The typical example is common, general, significant, and a
It applies to each of a plurality of agreeing individuals in virtue
of their agreement....
The Adjective Abstract names in separation the point of com-
munity of individuals entitled to the adjective.......
Conversions often uncalled for......
The meaning ceases to be abstract, denoting special instances or
occasions of the action.
Sometimes converted into Class Nouns (by plural or indefinite
article); familiar examples......
The so-called Third Personal Pronouns classed as Demonstra-
Resulting ambiguity ; methods of cure....
I’for we'; great force of singularity.....
You'representative ; when allowable, and with what effect...
Examples : with casual notice of other devices for reference ....
Varieties of the Vague use of it'.
• This' and 'That’ more energetic than the ordinary demon-
'That' refers only backward, to noun, infinitive, or clause
•That’and This 'save repetition of names, especially in ele-
More extensive remodelling.
They'— the popular voice ; examples and equivalents..
. That 'to be kept solely for Restriction....
That' after Personal pronouns : discussion
The Adverbial Equivalents are highly important for variety and
Relative resolved for emphasis
Such nouns want three additional peculiarities of the typi-
cal adjectives ; examples discussed....
The Phrase is more expressive than the solitary noun.
Frequency and vagueness of the preposition of'..
THE POSSESSIVE AS AN ADJECTIVE.
Extensive process within limits.....
Analogy between the Possessive inflection and a significant