Her door was ajar and the chill from an open window washed over him as he cautiously approached; now somehow knowing what lay beyond.
Her door was ajar and the chill from an open window washed over him as he approached, somehow knowing what lay beyond.
A casual observer wouldn't have noticed but the door was ajar and the phone was on the wrong side of the hall table.
The Ajar, Akhalt-sikh and Meskes or Trialety groups in the west are succeeded farther east by the Somkhet, Murguz, Ganji and Karabakh sections, forming the southern rim of the Kura basin, while parallel with them, but farther south, run the Mokry, Miskhan, Akmangan and Paltapin ranges, marking the northern edge of the Aras drainage area.
The import of the prefixes - me (meng, men, men, mem), pe (peng, pen, pen, pem), ber (bel), per, pbl, ka, di, ter, - and affixes - an, kan, i, lah - will best appear from the following examples - root word 'ajar, to teach, to learn; mengajar, to instruct (expresses an action); belajar, to study (state or condition); mengajari, to instruct (some one, trans.); mengajarkan, to instruct (in something, causative); pengajar, the instructor; pelajar, the learner; pengajaran, the lesson taught, also the school; pelajaran, the lesson learnt; diajar, to be learnt; terajar, learnt; terajarkan, taught; terajari, instructed; [peraja (from raja, prince), to recognize as prince; perajakan, to crown as prince; karajaan, ]; ajarkanlah, teach !