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  • "I am Elga, called Elga the Washer," she half-muttered.

    The Magic of Krynn

  • Analysts said Mechel could use the funds raised through the placement on the development of its Elga coal deposit, or to make minor acquisitions.

    Mechel Mining Plans London IPO

  • One of the first steps in the design was to recapture the original maritime aesthetic, says Mr. Fusaro who worked on the project with Handel's Elga Killinger.

    Developer Recaptures a Maritime Motif

  • Connecticut Bar Journal v. 56 (August 1982): 344 – 348; Wasserman, Elga.

    Elga Ruth Wasserman.

  • Elga and Harry Wasserman married in 1947 and in 1948 moved to New Haven, Connecticut, where he had a faculty appointment at Yale.

    Elga Ruth Wasserman.

  • But this is, Elga points out, exactly the kind of change that would make for a “convergence miracle”.

    My Shasta Daisy

  • Elga, A. (2000): “Statistical Mechanics and the Asymmetry of Counterfactual Dependence”, Philosophy of Science, 68

    My Shasta Daisy

  • Adam Elga (2000) has argued that the asymmetry of miracles does not hold in many cases.

    My Shasta Daisy

  • Karen always had self esteem problems before she met Elga.

    YesButNoButYes: Caption Competition

  • In the two detectives case, the uniquely proper attitude for each detective, given that they have the same body of evidence, is suspension of judgment (Elga 2007).

    Social Epistemology

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