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As for its morphological typology, it has polysynthetic and incorporative features (just like the other Eskimo languages).
The polysynthetic and incorporative features mentioned above manifest themselves in most of the ways Sirenik language can express grammatical categories.
The incorporative drive refers to national level forces which emanate from an urban centre and gradually involve more peripheral areas in a national way of life.
Sireniki - like the other Eskimo languages - has polysynthetic and incorporative features, in many forms, among others polypersonal agreement.
Kegan presents a sequence of six evolutionary balances: incorporative, impulsive, imperial, interpersonal, institutional, and interindividual.
Denny (1978) contends that these sentences have an importance semantic difference in that the meaning of the incorporative form is narrower and denotes habitual action.
The most common types are: physical effects, seer, hearer, psychographer, sensitive, incorporative (talkative), sleepwalking, healer and intuitive.
Andrew Pearse describes this process as the incorporative drive of national market systems and he argues that it is the major cause of rural change (Pearse 1975).
Electronics The vast amount of information is made accessible by incorporative use of info-graphics and interactive web-graphics in the "Big Picture" on the website http://chinawaterrisk.org/big-picture/.
Pearse identifies the same process as the Kulak path when he shows how the incorporative drive draws out what he calls the progressive element among the peasantry (Pearse 1975).
This incorporative effect most likely happened at a more local scale where the sudden appearance and proliferation of Cahokian artifact forms such as is coupled with housing reorganization of peoples and the incorporation of greater Cahokia.
Unlike the rest of the body, which tends to reject foreign implants, the nervous system is incorporative - meaning that the act of placing a chunk of metal into the brain is more like rewiring a light switch than reinventing the wheel.
The novel is narrated by Mason LaVerle, a member of a tiny religious sect in rural Bluff, Montana, called the Aboriginal Fulfilled Apostles, whose complicated views involve a kind of highly incorporative theology and a strict dietary regimen that facilitates healthy gastrointestinal activity.