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417-831-0605 Mike's Unique Collectible & Antique Flea Market 3335 W. 417-863-6908 Ozark Treasures Antique & Fleamarket 2510 S. 417-885-0007 Robertson Gallery and Antiques 1055 S. 417-863-1047 Vendor's Mart Flea Market & Antique Mall 1933 N.

South St 417-581-6394 Gatehouse Antiques 1720 James River Rd. 417-581-2575 M artin's Antiques & Collectibles 5120 N. 417-581-4426 Rosemont Antiques & Collectibles 2004 W. 5 Star Antique Mall & Flea Market 1284 N Bryan Dr - 417-724-8995 Ma's Antiques & More 1212 N Bryan Dr - 417-725-2933 Nixa Antiques and Resale 210 N Massey Blvd - 417-725-1800 Pickers 324 N Massey Blvd - 417-725-4544. Cooper's Antiques 2637 S State Hwy N - 417-732-6155 Fenton's Collectibles 840 US Hwy 60 E. 417-335-3200 Anderson Antiques and Estate Liquidation 2345 N Hwy 265. 417-335-2133 Branson Heights Flea Market 1139 W State Hwy 76.

417-335-3165 Coffelt Country Flea Market 673 So Hwy 165. 417-337-7500 D&J Memorabilia Collectibles 209 Sherry Ln. 417-334-1066 Forgotten Treasures 2113 Sunset Inn Rd. 417-239-2919 RZ’s Antiques and Flea Market 3615 MO. 417-334-5830 Whitney’s World of Craft 3506 Shepherd of the Hills. 417-332-2419 Green Lantern Antiques 15 Downing St., Hollister. 417-334-7541 Lora Belle’s Antique Mall 1 Downing St, Hollister. 417-336-4020 Ye Olde Antique and Flea Market 19 Downing St, Hollister. Showcase Collectibles 13099 Hwy 13, Kimberling City. 417-739-1474 Weathered Wheel Antiques and Postcards 26 Kimberling Manor Estates, Kimberling City. Meme’s Antiques and Tea Room 17 Springs St, Reeds Spring. 417-272-3552 Whirley Gigs 22231 Minst St, Reeds Spring. Aunt Fannie’s Attic Treasure 21000 Needles Eye Rd, Shell Knob.417-858-6853 Red Barn 25114 MO 39, Shell Knob. 417-858-2602 This 'n' That Pawn and Flea Market 25354 MO 39, Shell Knob. 417-858-0881 Vintage Ozark 21086 MO 39, Shell Knob. Derived in the Heian period from writing the man'yōgana kanji 宇 in the cursive sōsho style. It is the third syllable in the gojūon order; its position is あ行う段 ( a-gyō u-dan , “ row a , section u ” ) . See also [ edit ] Etymology 2 [ edit ] /mu/ → /ũ/ → /u/ → (fused with the /a/ ending in the preceding verb stem) /ɔː/ → /oː/ From Old Japanese む ( mu ) . Suffix [ edit ] う • ( -u ) ( in Modern Japanese, no longer pronounced -u but fused with the preceding vowel to make -ō or -yō ) Used to make the volitional form of verbs. 誕 ( たん ) 生 ( じょう ) 日 ( び ) ケーキを 作 ( つく ) ろ う と 思 ( おも ) っています。 Tanjōbi-kēki o tsukurō to omotte imasu. 誕 ( たん ) 生 ( じょう ) 日 ( び ) ケーキを 作 ( つく ) ろ う としています。 Tanjōbi-kēki o tsukurō to shite imasu. Inducing or stimulating other person to do something. 明日 ( あした ) 一 ( いっ ) 緒 ( しょ ) に 学 ( がっ ) 校 ( こう ) に 行 ( い ) こ う 。 Ashita issho ni gakkō ni ikō. Synonyms: だろう ( darō ) , でしょう ( deshō ) そんなことはなかろ う 。 Sonna koto wa nakarō.

Usage notes [ edit ] Attaches only to the 未然形 ( mizenkei , “ irrealis or incomplete form ” ) of Group I ( godan ) verbs, with the sound change au → ō . The pitch of the verb construction falls on the mora before う , regardless of the pitch accent of the base verb. Word dictionary form mizenkei + -u (with sound change au → ō , eu → yō ) historical kana (reflecting underlying form before sound change) godan verbs (type 1) 書く かく ( káꜜkù ) かこう ( kàkóꜜò ) かかう 泳ぐ およぐ ( òyóꜜgù ) およごう ( òyógóꜜò ) およがう 話す はなす ( hànáꜜsù ) はなそう ( hànásóꜜò ) はなさう 待つ まつ ( máꜜtsù ) まとう ( màtóꜜò ) またう 死ぬ しぬ ( shìnú ) しのう ( shìnóꜜò ) しなう 呼ぶ よぶ ( yòbú ) よぼう ( yòbóꜜò ) よばう 読む よむ ( yóꜜmù ) よもう ( yòmóꜜò ) よまう 作る つくる ( tsùkúꜜrù ) つくろう ( tsùkúróꜜò ) つくらう 買う かう ( kàú ) かおう ( kàóꜜò ) かはう -i adjectives (archaic) 高い たかい ( takai ) たかかろう ( takakarō ) たかからう auxiliaries だ だ ( da ) だろう ( darō ) だらう です です ( desu ) でしょう ( deshō ) でせう ます ます ( masu ) ましょう ( mashō ) ませう ない ない ( nai ) なかろう ( nakarō ) ( archaic ) なからう たい たい ( tai ) たかろう ( takarō ) ( archaic ) たからう た た ( ta ) たろう ( tarō ) ( archaic ) たらう. The volitional form of Group II ( ichidan ) and Group III (irregular) verbs are formed with よう ( -yō ) instead of う ( -u ) . In traditional Japanese grammar, this is a 助動詞 ( jodōshi , “ auxiliary verb ” ) , with the sole form う ( u ) as the 終止形 ( shūshikei , “ terminal form ” ) and the 連体形 ( rentaikei , “ adnominal form ” ) . Morphologically, this is an uninflecting inflectional suffix whose proper shape is /oː/ ( -ō ), attaching to the stem of consonant-stem verbs. KALLATTIIN Giddugallii To'annoofi Ittisa Dhibee US, Covid-19 Ameerikaa 'jilbeeffachiiseera' jedhe.

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