The word order of the Ngäbere sentence generally follows a Subject – Object – Verb pattern, which is a defining marker of Chibchan languages.

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As heretofore pointed out, it is appellees' contention that the leasehold estates and the royalty interest to the lots in controversy constitute community property of W. C. Knox and his wife, Mrs. Harryett H. Knox. To support this theory, appellees introduced in evidence a drilling contract entered into by Mr. and Mrs. Knox and one Harry Shulman to drill a well on these two lots. In this contract the leasehold estate was referred to as "our" property in several instances. Copies of income tax returns filed by Knox and his wife were introduced in evidence showing that they filed joint returns, in one of which the oil runs from the well on Lots 9 and 10 are listed. Appellees also introduced an oil payment assignment by Knox and wife to Harry Shulman for the sum of $27,500, payable out of ½ of 7/8 of the oil produced from the well to be drilled on Lots 9 and 10, Hawkins townsite. The concluding part of said oil payment assignment is: "* * * and said Harryett H. Knox and husband, W. C. Knox, do hereby bind the remaining interest owned by them, and themselves and their heirs and assigns to deliver free of all liens, incumbrances and costs to Harry Shulman; his heirs and assigns of the 7/8 of the oil produced, saved and marketed." Other circumstances were introduced by the parties which tended to substantiate their respective claims.

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