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  • About 200 miles into the 1952 race, a vulture crashed through the windshield of a Mercedes Gullwing, knocking unconscious Hans Klenk, a former Luftwaffe pilot who was the car's right-seat navigator.

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  • In still other cases, Skolemites follow Skolem's lead and appeal to the set-theoretic paradoxes to bolster their rejection of Platonism; they then suggest that the abandonment of Platonism leaves the algebraic conception of axiomatization as the only viable alternative (Klenk 1976).

    Skolem's Paradox

  • (RFM VII, §§21-22) discussions of Gödel's First Incompleteness Theorem (Klenk 1976, 13) until Shanker's sympathetic (1988b).

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  • Adolf Klenk of Kurt Wolff cosmetic research said "One would have to drink between 60 and 80 cups of coffee a day for the necessary amount of caffeine to reach the roots."

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  • Hypatia on Analytic Feminism (Cudd and Klenk 1995), and elsewhere (Cudd 1996).

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  • We spend most of our 200-something-mile journey thinking about Klink and Klenk.

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  • The Germans were not initially interested, but Fitch pressed them, ultimately competing in the race alongside Kling and Klenk.

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  • "You're telling us how to run our bars," Klenk told Termini.

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  • Klenk said she believes her submission was served in all Memphis and Shelby County schools.

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  • They hit a buzzard at one point, destroying the SL's windshield and knocking Klenk unconscious.

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