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  • The Axolotl is a rare type of salamander, closely related to the Tiger Salamander species.

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  • A seventeen-year-old German woman named Hegeman recently published a novel called Axolotl Roadkill amidst a flurry of publicity.

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  • And the next morning I got my mom to take me to a photocopier and I made copies of "Axolotl" and mailed it to all my favorite people from the summer camp.

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  • Aquí hago un alto en el camino y sugiero que lean, si no conocen los axolotes, el cuento "Axolotl", de Cortázar.

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  • When we got home from GSA, I photocopied the second story, Julio Cortazar's "Axolotl," and mailed it to several people from our class that I felt could not live another moment without reading it.

    March 2006

  • Are dance card for HIMSS is completely packed with briefings across a wide expanse of the market, from some of the smaller HIE / RHIO companies such as Axolotl and Medicity, to the big consumer plays of Google and Microsoft (note, MS also has a growing clinical initiative in Amalga - will be briefed on that as well), to EMR plays Eclipsys, McKesson and SaaS darling athenahealth to those companies developing mHealth apps for consumers and clinicians.

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  • It was a Friday, and it was the second story that hooked me -- Julio Cortazar's "Axolotl."

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  • You see, just as there are two Borgeses, there are two Newts this latter newt should not be confused with the newt one reads in a Julio Cortázar short story, "Axolotl" which is an entirely different newt, but not necessarily a different newt.

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  • Earlier this year, the story of Helene Hegemann, the 17-year-old bestselling author from Germany, captured media attention when it was revealed that she copied entire passages of her book "Axolotl Roadkill."

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