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  • He was in the middle of the article on "Aberration" -- a technical treatise on optical physics.

    The Wonder

  • They are his bounteous source for “Sexual Aberration on Campus America,” his clandestine, surefire, tenure pièce de resistancé.

    “Give me fifty words about a Beaver…”

  • They are his bounteous source for “Sexual Aberration on Campus America,” his clandestine, surefire, tenure pièce de resistancé.

    “Give me fifty words about a Beaver…”

  • Oh my yes ... 'tis so disheartening that the old Patriarchal "Contagion of Aberration" chain has been slowly breaking down for the last century.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Versuch einer sehr einfachen Erklärung der Aberration des Lichtes, Prague: Wenzel Hess; BGA IIA, 12/3:

    Slices of Matisse

  • Top of the list is Julie Bogart's entry The Aberration about modern fundamentalist Christianity as a rather odd and aberrant "blip" far from the mainstream of historic Christianity.

    Around the Blogosphere

  • I think this iteration differs from TDD because the success of the process is based on how the end results deviate from any tests, not on how well they conform… Aberration is key to creativity.

    Following your imagination « Alex McLean

  • Top of the list is Julie Bogart's entry The Aberration about modern fundamentalist Christianity as a rather odd and aberrant "blip" far from the mainstream of historic Christianity.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • A dropped ball is an Aberration, something that provokes extreme fear in the parents of these strange Camazotzian children.

    Simple Tricks and Nonsense: Addendum: My Wrinkle in Time Essay

  • A dropped ball is an Aberration, something that provokes extreme fear in the parents of these strange Camazotzian children.

    Simple Tricks and Nonsense: March 2004 Archives

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