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“OK, so McCrystal came back to you in AUG and told you what he needed to implement YOUR plan ... and you have been basically flipping him the bird every since.”
“Bradford, in your example of a codon, you say that AUG is a symbol based on how it is used in the biochemistry of the cell, which (I assume) you do not think of as an intelligent entity itself.”
“On the other hand, I think Don Proven would say no, AUG is not a symbol because it is not communicating a message to an intelligent agent; it does not repesent something for an intelligent agent.”
“GW to Joshua Lewis, AUG 3 and 4, to RD, AUG 27, 1757, GWP S2 L4.”
“Instructions to governors and cabinet minutes, AUG 21, 1751, quoted Clayton, “Duke of Newcastle,” 584.”
“AS in Maryland Gazette, AUG 29, 1754, quoted Gipson, Years of Defeat, 39; Ward, Major General Adam Stephen, 10–11; Freeman 1:413; Alberts, Charming Field, 31–32; “Journal of M. de Villiers.””
“The case involved trader John Trotter and his employee James McLaughlin, captured AUG 15, 1753.”
“William Trent to RD, AUG 11, and RD to Board of Trade, JUN 16, 1753, quoted GWD 1:123, 126.”
“Freeman 1:425–28; Innes to GW, AUG 11, 1754, GWP S4.”
“The choir at Wyoming Catholic, directed by Peter Kwasniewski, has begun a focus on singing the propers, and has initiated a series of printed materials that provide several options for the propers: the Gregorian setting plus two English settings (AUG and Abrogast).”
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