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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ...n print may have been in a 1988 report to the [[Corporation for National Research Initiatives]]<ref>R.E. Kahn and V.G. Cerf [http://hdl.handle.net/4263537/20 ...io]]. Nevertheless, as a result of the development of the internet and its search potential, digital libraries such as [[the European Library]] and the [[Lib
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ...].</ref> to the suggestion that the book is merely a collection of utterly discrete, unconnected (romantic/erotic) poems that were edited together at a later d ...gma of textual history and authorship, it is possible to enumerate several discrete episodes within the text (without drawing any untenable conclusions from th
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca: Cornell Un
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca, NY: Cornel
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...mic plan or cyclical transformations required by it.<ref>Jan Assmann. ''In search for God in ancient Egypt,'' Translated by David Lorton. (Ithaca, NY: Cornel
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ...ansformations required by it.<ref name=Zivie-Coche/><ref>Jan Assmann, ''In search for God in ancient Egypt'' (Ithica: Cornell University Press, 2001, ISBN 08
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti ...than between members of different races, and racial traits overlap without discrete boundaries&mdash;making genetic differences among groups biologically meani
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  • ...ook as received consists of five separate poems, each of which exists as a discrete unit. ...Others suggest that the different chapters (each of which can be seen as a discrete unit) can be tentatively traced to different era. One such timeline places
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ... the two were often depicted together, the creature was understood to be a discrete entity. (Wilkinson, 125; Frankfort, 10)
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh ... not to mention the fact that their ''magisteria'' were seen to be utterly discrete (with Horus ruling over the living and Osiris over the dead). Since Horus h
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  • ... and mythologies were generally quite portable, as they could retain their discrete forms without interfering with the various cults already in practice elsewh More specifically, Apep (when characterized as a single, discrete antagonist to the gods) emerged during the twenty-first century B.C.E., as
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  • ...one for patrons, one for staff). Most ILS separate software functions into discrete programs called modules, which are then integrated into a unified interface ...tabases ([[deep web]]), library holdings, and general web sources with one search query. Library communities are also increasingly looking into [[open source
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  • ...ersevered for an additional four days, and, when he finally called off his search, he developed a serious illness from his ordeal (likely a result of exposur ... course, sufficient for me to attain sagehood. And I have been mistaken in searching for the ''li'' in external things and affairs'" (Berthrong, 124). More s
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  • ...ses of "imperative programming"&mdash;a formalism that describes a task in discrete, "mechanical" terms. Unique to this concept of formalized algorithms is the ... algorithm. [[Randomized algorithm]]s, as their name suggests, explore the search space randomly until an acceptable solution is found.
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  • ...t known for a series of novels and the modernist play, ''Six Characters in Search of an Author.'' This play demonstrates the impact of [[relativism]] in mode ...o Niccomedi'' staged, at the Valle di Roma, the play ''[[Six Characters in Search of an Author|Sei Personaggi in Cerca d'Autore]]''. It was a clamorous failu
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