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... behind the Şehzade Türbe is the türbe of Grand Vizier Rüstem Pasha, also by Sinan ... Rüstem Pasha was the son-in-law of Suleiman the Magnificent ... As at the Rüstem Pasha Mosque, an overwhelming quantity of Iznik tiles was used ...
... The terms "consonant-stem" and "vowel-stem" come from considering the invariant part of the verb (the verb stem) on the basis of phonemes – concretely, by writing in rōmaji ... This is an abstract perspective, as the consonant stem itself never occurs independently, but only with a following vowel, as Japanese words are formed of morae – concretely, writing in kana ... For example, while the stem of yomu is yom-, the bare *yom is not an independent word ...
... are characterized by the final u becoming aseru for consonant stem verbs, and ru becoming saseru for vowel stem verbs ... Type Causative Examples Causative Irregular verbs する suru (do) させる saseru 勘弁する kanben suru (forgive) 勘弁させる kanben saseru ... This conjugates as a vowel stem verb ...
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