From: George Blaisdell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 18 1999 - 10:35:20 EDT
>From: "Moon-Ryul Jung"
> > ARTWN modifying CORTASAI ~ To satisfy breadwise... [of breads]
>Isn't ARTWN the "object" of the verb CORTASA in the genitive case?
I would kinda look like it, but that genitive case doesn't seem to allow it,
>Or isn't ARTWN the ablative case so that CORTASAI ARTWN means
>"feed (people) from breads"?
This is a much better way of saying it than my 'breadwise'!
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