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By Wieliczko L. A.

The military provider Torpedo Bomber ''Tcnzan'' or Nakajima B6N, was once codenamed Jill via the Allies. It was once the alternative of the recognized Nakajima B5N [Kate) torpedo bomber and even if extra B6N's have been equipped than B5N's, the aircraft by no means completed the unbelievable good fortune of its predecessor. It entered provider within the moment half 1943 yet would not be used on a wide scale until eventually June, 1944 throughout the air and sea battles within the Philippine Sea for the Mariana Islands. Later it'd be utilized in Taiwan, the Philippines, Iwo Jima and Okinawa and for Kamikaze assaults. The crushing air superiority of the Allies and the lack of approximately all of the eastern plane companies and their informed pilots ended in many Tcnzans being misplaced, whereas by no means having had an opportunity to turn out their worthy. besides the fact that the Tenzan by no means accomplished any genuine successes, it was once absolutely the best service established torpedo bombers of WWII...

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40. In WM, the development of the roots svbn- ‘dawn’ , cvbt- ‘bloom’ , 3Wbn- ‘ring’ was different, since the results were osuna, cuti, and ^uni. Such a development can be understood if we assume that v was still bilabial in WM at the time of the above-mentioned metathesis (around the 10th cen­ tury). A vocalized jer gave u in the posited forms *sbwn-, *cmvt-, *(d)zbwndue to the influence of the following bilabial sound. If this explanation is correct, then an old difference between the E and W dialects can be estab­ lished which relates not only to the development of weak jers, but also to the nature of v.

The extent to which we can apply this explanation to the beginning of the syllable in general is unclear. While it is obvious in the case of prijot'b ‘accept’ 3 sg aor, the role of analogy could have been primary in instances such as znajo ‘know’, podobajo ‘fit­ ting’ part act pres, and the gen ending ~(j)p could have resulted from confu­ sion with the acc in the process of transition to a synthetic declension. 66. The position after unpaired palatalized consonants and the clusters st, zd is different from those we have just discussed.

The nature of the words with p > u indicates that they entered b y various routes. Words such as guska ‘goose’ , kuk’a ‘house’ , vruk’ina ‘heat’ , rucok ‘dinner’ were transmitted from N to S by interdialectal contact. The ecclesiastical and administrative languages were the channels for spread­ ing words and expressions such as the following: sud ‘court’ , sudija ‘judge’ , sudna maka ‘Hell’, vecna muka ‘eternal torment’ , Mucenici ‘All Saints’ Day’, etc. The change u < o also took place in some toponym s: Vrutok and Zubovce are villages in Upper Polog (the usual reflex of o is a in the Upper Polog dialect).

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