A Perfect Event

Author: Debi Lilly
Publisher: Dunham Books
ISBN: 9780985135966
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Known and recognized as a premier event and wedding planner, she continually serves as an industry expert for such publications as InStyle magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, Bride's, Modern Bride, Bridal Guide, and The Groom's Guide.

In Any Event

Author: Simon Maier
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408168332
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This book ofinsights is primarily for people who have a responsibility for
delivering the perfect corporate event – mostly within production companies and
agencies, but it's also for people on the client side who are faced (and sometimes
suddenly Events, as a word, covers a multitude of occasions where there is a (
usually large) gathering of individuals or members of one or several
organisations, to discuss or better understand matters of common interest. It's
where there's an interaction ...

Event Structure And The Left Periphery

Author: Katalin É. Kiss
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 140204755X
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In complex perfective tenses the event time is not ordered with respect to the
utterance time, but the reference time that is distinct from the event time.
Demirdache and Uribe-Etxebarria 2000, 2004, in contrast, assume that the
relation between reference time and event time encodes perfect and imperfective
aspect. In perfect event descriptions, the reference time follows the event time,
and in imperfectives, the reference time is contained within the event time. It can
be shown that apart ...

Space In Tense

Author: Kyung-Sook Chung
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027255725
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I argue that perfect forms including -ess are relational tenses with an anterior
meaning, and thus the event described by a perfect sentence has a direct relation
to the reference time when the consequent state exists. So there are two factors
in perfect forms. First, what is significant is the time when the consequent states
begin. For example, the consequent state of an event begins at the moment when
the event ends, which means there is no interruption between the perfect event
and ...

Tense Mood And Aspect

Author: Louis de Saussure
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042022086
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If the sentence contains a complex event (a telic predicate), its subevents can be
associated to the different temporal parametres. Additionally, we also assume,
following Portner (2003), that a perfect tense presupposes the existence of a
current relevant state which is related (to be further qualified) to the fact that the
event has taken / took place. The unified analysis for the different readings of the
aspectual present perfect can be schematically represented as in (13). (13) e
stands for ...

Happiness Is A Ticked Off List

Author: Karen Lindsey
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781848761032
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Whatever the circumstance, this book is for people who have to or want to
perform and deliver with excellence but do not have the benefit of twenty one
years event organisation knowledge to do so. Now, help is at hand - you can
draw upon my many years of experience, quite literally at the turn of this page.
One thing that remains constant throughout, regardless, is the process that it
takes in order to achieve the perfect event. This comprehensive guide will take
you through a step by ...

Language Typology And Syntactic Description

Author: Timothy Shopen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521318990
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It is noteworthy that the tense of a perfect event in ChiBemba is determined by the
time at which the event actually occurs rather than the frame from which it is
retrospectively viewed. This is a typologically unusual property for the perfect, but
it is perhaps not so surprising given that the tense system of ChiBemba in
general is metrical. Events in the future can be expressed in the perfective or (if
progressive or iterative) in the imperfective, but not in the perfect. Examples from
the remote ...

Leon Vincent S Eventful Success

Author: Leon Vincent
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1463435606
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Trust in professionals you choose will influence the outcome of your event. The
Ole adage, "You Get What You Pay For” still remains the common sense truth.
Whether a home party/dinner, corporate, or personal event, you have to ask
yourself the question, "Why am I doing this and how much does it mean to
everyone involved”? ......Do I have the time, money, and experience to satisfy
what I'm trying to accomplish? Of course life is not perfect, yet we expect a perfect
event.

The Laws Of Love

Author: Chris Prentiss
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 094301574X
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“If this is such a perfect Universe, why is there so much turmoil, strife, and
suffering?” Those are tough questions. Looking at events in the world and in our
own lives, it seems as if there could be no such thing as a perfect Universe. We
have all experienced what seems like bad luck, misfortune, even tragedy. We
have been lied to, cheated, had our hearts broken, and been betrayed by loved
ones. In the face of that, how could this be a perfect Universe? The short answer
is that in some ...

Events And Their Names

Author: Jonathan Bennett
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198248415
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Is that perfect or imperfect? The answer is that out of context it is neither, but it
could be built into either: "Hotter 's wonderful singing of Die Winterreise", "Hotter '
s wonderfully singing Die Winterreise". Some perfect gerundial nominals are
familiar, comfortable bits of English, as secure in their event-sortal roles as are
derived nominals: "I have been to three weddings", "it was a sad parting", "they
watched the landing", "there was a drowning in this lake yesterday". Countless
others ...