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‘but’ ‘dut’​ ‘
​ lut’​ ‘
​ mut’​ ‘
​ nut’ ‘put’ ‘rut’ ‘sut’​ ‘
​ vut’ c. 777 AD

‘Pierce the wall’​ or ​‘pierce the veil’​ is a catch all legal phrase used to treat the
subject of denying a perceived, legal or foundational ‘separation’ between subjects, legal
entities, agreements, treatments or advocacy--and as such represents a type ​accession​ which
becomes a collation of effort under one table --especially in settings where adjoining or
similar rights, privileges, applications of law or deals may give a verisimilitude of sameness
in the eyes of the courts, law, enforcement or public.

Where this challenge exists to patterns of zone land rights, patronages and language
rights is demonstrated in the difficulties often associated with language exchanges or morphes
in distal locations--particularly in zones gathered under one rule, especially when asked to
take up an exchanged rule under circumstances deemed worthy in one location but deemed
unworthy in another.

Adjutant status with parameter controls becomes a “soft” place where many matters may
fall to pattern, supported via instruments of design and here bishopric protocols may have
been of no matter. As well, typical issuances of ​‘dut’​ meaning rule, ​‘lut’​ meaning writ, ​‘sut’
meaning group, ​‘mut’​ meaning tongue, ​‘nut’​ meaning district, ​‘but’​ meaning land, ​‘rut’​ meaning
temporal, ​‘put’​ meaning power or ​‘vut’​ meaning command under patronage rule in “a-morica” had
become an exemplar of function in this regard, and as such rules of promotion often
disintegrated under pressures having little to do with traditional patronage rights--yet
retained in place names, such as nunavut, put or mississauga and so forth.

In addition, ​dut, put, lut​ and​ vut​ morphings resulted in topiolects put to use across a
norre trade path, emanating from distinctives of featured role in ruling posts--a lens through
which typical historical uses of dutch world wide might be viewed. Distinctives of custom,
parameter, and function such promotions tended to protect are under consideration here, in
order to professionally assess archival documentations under each type of patronage system.

Nori celtiberian inferences regarding such patronage rule exist as marginalia ​“adages”
favour turning favour to power changes. Here, the Ptuj nori scritte ​“IY DI TO DG YR DI YG EY
DR”​ represented district and debenture role, most likely of deed or performance custom. A
quick panelling relating function placement outlines format; ​Iy or Ij, Di or dj, To or Io, Dg
or Jg, Yr or Jr, Di or Ji, Yg or Yj, Ey or Ej and Dr or Ir.​ Therefore, the social qi on the
Salic Lex manuscript: “​ma lt ho th ia fr io li to” exchanging from Ij-ma; dj-lt; io to ho; th
to jg; ia to jr; fr to ji; ji to io, yj to li and ir via to --​possibly due to weathering
altering existence charge.