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  • * Whether they support mnemonics - For example the number 44 in DDC notation usually means it concerns some ...ssification developed by the [[Library of Congress]]. It is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S. and several other countries—most p
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  • ...[cosmology|cosmologist]], and [[occult]]ist. He is known for his system of mnemonics based on organized knowledge, his ideas on extrasolar [[planet|planets]] a ...iews, Bruno left the [[Dominican Order|Dominican]] priesthood and Italy in search of a stable academic position in other European countries. Aside from seven
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  • ...igious instruction in the ancient Brahmin caste of India included a set of mnemonic tools that helped students to memorize the ritual formulae found in the [[V ...rent ways, likely unrelated to the text that appears in plain sight. Those searching for secret messages are confident of the divine nature of the book, even
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  • During the medieval period mnemonic names were created for the valid moods of the syllogism that had been discu *Grattan-Guinness, Ivor. ''The Search for Mathematical Roots 1870-1940.'' Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Pre
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  • ...ng the ''kōwhaiwhai'' (rafter paintings) of meeting houses were used as [[mnemonic]]s in reciting ''whakapapa'' ([[genealogy]]) but again, there was no system ...ID=431515&METH=1&PTYPE=55440&THEME=44&FOCUS=0&AID=0&PLACENAME=0&PROVINCE=0&SEARCH=0&GC=0&GK=0&VID=0&FL=0&RL=0&FREE=0''Ethnic Origin (232), Sex (3) and Single
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  • ...]] are known as "baroque pearls." The word may have been influenced by the mnemonic term "Baroco" denoting, in logical ''Scholastica,'' a supposedly labored fo ...s Florissants (ensemble)|Les Arts Florissants]] have performed extensive research on all the French Baroque Opera, performing pieces from [[Marc-Antoine Char
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  • ...hat used traditional pictographs to keep historical records and serve as [[mnemonic]] reminders for storytelling.|left|250px|Kiowa ledger art originated from c *[http://texashistory.unt.edu/search/?q=kiowas&t=fulltext Photographs of Kiowa Indians] hosted by the Portal to
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  • ...ises he determines to banish her from his presence and publicly declares a search for a woman worthy to replace her as Queen. ...n, Leonard J., and Sidnie White Crawford. ''The Book of Esther in Modern Research''. London: T & T Clark International, 2003. ISBN 9780826466631
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  • ...o student; though notation systems exist, they are mainly intended only as mnemonic devices. Contemporary musicians associate themselves with musical lineages ...tric sect of the Kartabhajas as well as by [[Sufi]] sects. Bauls travel in search of the internal ideal, ''Maner Manush (Man of the Heart).'' The music of t
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  • ...&ots=W-MkF4HoJH&sig=qXdp23kdeDPL7QbhkCpRMh59T-o&prev=http://www.google.com/search%3Fq%3DWord%2BMyths%253A%2BDebunking%2BLinguistic%2BUrban%2BLegends%26ie%3Du One purpose of acrostics was as a [[mnemonic]] or a way for an author to weave his name as a signature, or some other sp
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  • ...ditation]], as visual representations of the quest for enlightenment, as [[mnemonic]] devices, and as teaching tools to inform illiterate Chinese about Buddhis * Hopkirk, Peter. 1980. ''Foreign Devils on the Silk Road: The Search for the Lost Cities and Treasures of Chinese Central Asia''. London: Murray
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