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The verb-predicate is in the center of speech, thus it is essential to reveal its morphological-syntactic and stylistic capabilities. Stylistic usage of the Past Participle is demonstrated when implemented both independently and as a declined form. Of specific interest are the cases of synonymic repetitions, reduction, question-address expressed through the Past Participle; the usage of the Past Participle in idioms, most of which represent individual styles in the Grabar. All this proves the linguistic peculiarities of P. Buzand’s work, each of which is an expression of the beautiful, ornate national speech.