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person

Legally, any natural or artificial person, which would include corporations, partnerships, associations, and limited liability companies. If it is important to distinguish among the “persons” who may do something or who are prohibited from doing something, relevant contracts, leases, or statutes will usually define the term.

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Vietnamese elderly people would perceive young people as disrespectful if they use incorrect personal pronouns to address elderly people ...
One consequence of this very fundamental difference is that the personal pronouns il and elle are potentially more ambiguous than their counterparts in English he and she.
Looking at the distribution of personal pronouns in the procreation sonnets, there are two more aspects of their use that attract attention.
3, the peculiar use of the personal pronoun "you" in the shorter version has a remarkable effect in making readers aware of the narrative frame.
--The personal pronoun men 'one', since it is neither really singular nor really plural;
The genitive form of personal pronouns is declined as a strong adjective and agrees in number, case and gender with the modified noun.
In a verbal clause, the simplest and basic function of the independent personal pronoun is that of a clause subject.
As the pronominal systems of the Russian language and other languages spoken in Europe lack inclusives, the Udmurt pronoun [phrase omitted] had not been identified and described as a personal pronoun in grammar books, dictionaries and textbooks by the late 1990s.
Politicians usually use plural personal pronouns we and us to highlight their qualities or positive aspects or of their in-group members.
But then, in 15 years of reviewing for Geographical, I've rarely encountered a book in which the personal pronoun occurs so often.
But since the Holy Spirit is a person, the personal pronoun commonly used is the masculine "He," not "It."

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