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as of (Date). It is understood as follows: a. that a Thirty~Day Notice of Intent to Vacate is required by Section of California Civil Code for month-to-month. 10 r CP Notice. 10 r Missing TIN(s). 10 r Incorrect Name/TIN Combinations. 10 r First “B” Notice. 12 r Second “B” Notice. 13 r Third and Subsequent Notices. You're imagining a moment as a person and that moment would have very brief notice, so the meaning works. That is, almost no notice at all.

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It seems to me like the preposition is in question I've heard it both ways , and the possessive is also in question I have arguments for both. You said the moment is personified , such that it [the moment] is noticing [something]. Second, can you give me a source for any of this?


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as of (Date). It is understood as follows: a. that a Thirty~Day Notice of Intent to Vacate is required by Section of California Civil Code for month-to-month. 10 r CP Notice. 10 r Missing TIN(s). 10 r Incorrect Name/TIN Combinations. 10 r First “B” Notice. 12 r Second “B” Notice. 13 r Third and Subsequent Notices. You're imagining a moment as a person and that moment would have very brief notice, so the meaning works. That is, almost no notice at all.


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English Language Learners Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for speakers of other languages learning English. Join them; it only takes a minute: The genitive is the same as an hour's walk, a day's work. If it's just opinion, that's cool, but I'd love to have that confirmed.

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NSA RELATIONSHIP HOT GOSSIP BROTHEL By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service. The problem with this is that it's a bit crazy. First, "misparsed" unforgivable slang ; implies that I have separated the words incorrectly when in fact, you accuse me of making a definitional error "advanced warning" versus "observation"s notice, which wouldn't technically be misparsing should such a word even exist. What are your thoughts? Join them; it only takes a minute:
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Online classifieds independent escorts This reflects a misunderstanding common among non-native speakers. Thus tonight's entertainment doesn't "belong" to tonight not even metaphorically - such a collocation simply means entertainment that's in some way [closely] connected to tonight because that's when it happensin this specific case. Not sure what you mean by "the plural is still on the table" though - attributive noun usages I'm on day work this week nearly always feature the singular noun form. By accusing me of "s notice" an error, you've port classifieds asian sex Perth me to be defensive. The Saxon genitive 's doesn't necessarily imply ownership, and I don't think it ever implies "personification" over and above anything already implicit in the specific usage context, s notice. This question came from our site for linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts.