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1. Argument (ddadl) :: to lose an argument
2. Chinese (Tseiniaidd) ::
3. Coherent (cydlynol) :: For example I doubt that I possess a single coherent theory of law
4. Coinage (arian bath) :: It is possible as Richard Brickstock of Durham University has suggested that the civilian population of the area hoarded small coinage to buy gold against a future requirement to pay taxes in gold
5. Filipino (Tagalog) ::
6. Gender (rhyw) :: traditional concepts of gender
7. Greek (Groeg) ::
8. Infinitive (berfenw) :: Participles dangle metaphors are not only extended but mixed infinitives are split and ambiguous pronouns abound
9. Number (rhif) :: the company is seeking to increase the number of women on its staff
10. Punctuate (atalnodi) :: For example Proust especially from Sodom and Gomorrah on does some awfully odd things in marking and punctuating his dialogues so that sometimes it isnt at all clear whos speaking
11. Punctuation (atalnodi) :: In viewing this question from the perspective of hierarchy theory one can find obvious parallels with the debate surrounding gradualistic versus punctuational models of species formation
12. Russian (Rwsieg) :: The stopping times and places are in the carriage and despite Russian s Cyrillic script its easy to guess where you are and how long youll stop there
13. Rusty (rhydlyd) :: The colour of ivory differs markedly from creamy white to a rusty brown especially if it has been exposed to light or treated with a stain
14. Stress (straen) :: Less friction also reduces the stress imposed on the material
15. Ungrammatical (anramadegol) :: Stipulations of ungrammaticality are problematic in a usagebased model such as Cognitive Grammar
16. Voice (llais) :: What took me completely by surprise was that it was me my voice in my mouth
17. Voiced (leisiwyd) ::
18. Voiceless (di-lais) :: Earning my wages equates to obeying voicelessly orders and commands hurled at me by a whole range of big bellied higher ups

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