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> On second thought, having two marginally different structures with completely
> opposite meanings looks to be a blueprint for disaster. Since the adverb use
> is so well embedded - from the form with a sumti — it might be better to
> use that form for the much less common (?) connective use, that is, have BAI
> follow PU rather than the other way.

Unfortunately, both {iseki'ubo} and {ibabo} have a rather entrenched
usage, so changing either would seem at this point to be out of the
question. We can only point out the irregularity. I assume, though
I'm not sure CLL says anything about it, that other non-BAI tags
follow the PU pattern.

mi'e xorxes

 
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