As for the ablative absolute, its reconstruction and regeneration have been the inspiring principle of my studious manhood.
To-night I have a pressing engagement with the ablative absolute.
This he remembered had interrupted the silent rehearsal of the sentence with the ablative absolute in it.
Try to remember, Quinlan, what I told you about the use of the ablative absolute.
Finding an ablative absolute, they are confident of finding some sort of proposition: and there it is, to their hand.
Zamenhof states that the "ablative absolute" does not exist in Esperanto, as its use would be against the spirit of the language.
Adverbial enlargements of Predicate (though an ablative absolute must generally stand first).
A very stiff adaptation of the ablative absolute of the original, 'conventione autem facta cum operariis.'
The first three lines might have been expressed by an ablative absolute in two words—Troia euersa.
The ablative absolute is grammatically independent of the rest of the sentence.