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By choosing the ‘:’, we want to make clear that the feature ‘feminine’ is not solely present in the -t.).
Note that the optionally following personal suffix pronoun, from which these verbal forms have their traditional Egyptological name ‘Suffix Conjugation’, is not a true inflection since it is in complementary distribution with full noun phrases. the following two sentences: The gloss refers to the morphology.
Therefore, we should gloss the verbal sḏm.n=f in the same way in all instances.
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Over the last years, several attempts have been made to date the production of some of these texts much closer to their first physical appearance.