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Tnt Conjunctive Participle differs slightly from that of Dacca. Examples are, _ f'*, icvfng divided ; chazlla, having gone; mtf&9 having risen ; baUld, having spoken ; V, having1 died ; ainnd) having brought; dishshd, having come, and so on. The Infinitive ends in tos as in Wdrto^ to fill, or in tdms as in ka^itdw^ to say. A Wof ficcr»Tmt of ilic; pronunciation in vogue in Tippera, will be fcound on p. 7 of & General ,>•* tfo Tippera District, by J. F. Browne, o.S. . Calcutta, 1860.