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  • It should, however, be noted that there are similar difficulties in defining the term cognition Holyoak and Gordon 1984, p. 62, and, of course, rationality.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • "We're not trying to snooker anybody," said Pat Holyoak, chairman of the cemetery district and a Grand County councilwoman.

    Burial Fees Surge on High Costs, Low Revenue

  • "They can ask questions, but it's a done deal," Ms. Holyoak said.

    Burial Fees Surge on High Costs, Low Revenue

  • Holyoak, Williams, and Kelly, — and were once more hunting on the flanks of the herd.

    Chapter 18

  • Holyoak, Keith and Paul Thagard (1995), Mental Leaps.

    Models in Science

  • For example Gick and Holyoak 1980, and Holyoak 1990.

    The Muse in the Machine

  • Creativity in turn is a phenomenon that centers, according to a fairly solid consensus, on restructuring Holyoak 1990, 117-146: on finding unexpected analogies that allow a person to see old problems in a new light.

    The Muse in the Machine

  • As the plantation owner points out: "They say bears get mad when you mess with their babies," Holyoak said.

    Oh, no, Hogzilla!

  • Holyoak describes himself on the title-page of his Latin Dictionary

    The Romance of Names

  • Holyoak, Williams, and Kelly, -- and were once more hunting on the flanks of the herd.

    Chapter 18

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