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Nouns (album)

Nouns is the first LP (as Weirdo Rippers was a compilation of singles and EPs) by American noise rock duo No Age. It was (partly) recorded at Southern Studios in London. The album was leaked onto the internet on April 16, 2008 and subsequently released by Sub Pop on May 6, 2008. On May 5, it earned a 9.2/10 rating from Pitchfork Media; and is the website's joint highest-reviewed original release of 2008 (along with Dear Science by TV on the Radio and Microcastle by Deerhunter). The album ranked third in Pitchfork Media's list of the top 50 albums of 2008, and was listed at number 50 on Rolling Stone's list of the best albums of 2008.

Usage examples of "nouns".

In Quenya as in English, gerunds and abstract nouns cannot always be clearly distinguished.

Verbal or Abstract nouns and how they interact with the Genitive and Possessive cases.

We may wonder how certain nouns with special stem-forms would be treated.

Essentially, there are three basic parts of Klingon grammar that will be discussed here: Nouns, Verbs, and Everything Else.

Complex nouns are are formed from two, sometimes three syllables that separately have no meaning, or their separate meanings have no relationships to the complex noun.

SUFFIXES All nouns, wheter Simple, Compound or Complex, may be followed by one or more suffixes.

Finally, there are certain nouns that are already plural in nature, and therefore never require a suffix.

Inherently plural nouns are treated grammatically as singular nouns in that singular pronouns are used to refer to them.

While most syntactical markers are represeted by whole words, the exceptions are covered by adding prepositions to the nouns in in question.

As with Klingon nouns, Klingonaase verbs may take suffixes falling into a number of types based on their relative positions following the verb.

Thus, if verb suffix classes are denoted by numbers in the same fashion as for nouns, the structure of a Klingon verb is as follows: PREFIX-VERB-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9 Each Klingon verb begins with a single prefix that indicates who or what is performing the action described by the verb, and, when applicable, who or what is the recipient of that action.

The rules of order for Klingon verbs are the same as for nouns, with one exception: so far, there are no recorded instances of compound verb structures such as the noun-noun configurations.

This is the suffix that turns verbs into nouns, as described in PART 4: nouns.

Pronouns can also be used as nouns, but only for emphasis or increased clarity.

I see them Pronouns are not used in possessive constructions in the same way nouns are.