Inanimate Objects

Some articles on inanimate objects, object, objects:

Charge (heraldry) - Inanimate Objects
... Very few inanimate objects in heraldry carry a special significance distinct from that of the object itself, but among such objects are the escarbuncle, the ...
Tsez Language - Morphology - Nouns - Noun Classes
... persons only II y- r- for female persons and inanimate objects (e.g ... "book") III b- for animals and inanimate objects (e.g ... "sun") IV r- for inanimate objects only (e.g ...
Khwarshi Language - Grammar - Nouns - Noun Classes
... Infix Suffix I Male human ∅-2 -w- -w b-, m-1 -b- -b II Female human j- -j- -j III Inanimate objects, and animals b-, m-1 -b- -b l-, n-1 -r- -l IV Inanimate objects, and animate ...

Famous quotes related to inanimate objects:

    The sceptics assert, though absurdly, that the origin of all religious worship was derived from the utility of inanimate objects, as the sun and moon, to the support and well-being of mankind.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    Inanimate objects are classified scientifically into three major categories—those that don’t work, those that break down and those that get lost.
    Russell Baker (b. 1925)