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“The Three 'Coined' Words in London's The Star Rover: Errata.”
“The Three 'Coined' Words in London's The Star Rover.”
“Insertium Theory is Hereby 'Coined' by This Poster.”
“Coined "Summer Davos," this year's event will focus on "Mastering Quality Growth" by looking at how economic-, industry- and technological developments are influencing consumer behavior, business models and financial markets around the globe.”
“Coined by the BBC in 1934, "liveness" became a nifty discursive distinction when an ontological one didn't really exist.”
“Coined during the Golden Age when sf was largely characterisable by the spaceships and aliens, and disseminated out into the mainstream via cinematic and televisual examples that harked back to that era and before, “Sci-Fi” is as bound to a deeply traditional set of tropes as Western is to deserts and horses.”
“Coined to identify this streamlined English, panglish has transformed the phenomenon into a topic of debate.”
“Coined by Alan S. Kaufman, intelligent testing involves a focus on the person being tested, and how that individual responds, or why that individual responds in a certain manner, in addition to how well they respond.”
“Coined "Invest 92", this system was initially expected to reach at least tropical depression status, but it has had trouble developing.”
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