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  • Il faut donc commencer à être décomplexé de l'homme blanc. car bcp d'africains souffrent d'un complexe d'inferiorité face l'homme occidental.

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  • C'est l'union de la complexité et de la simplicité, tel le baiser tellement simple à déposer mais tellement complexe dans sa symbolique d'union physique et spirituelle.

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  • Une idée fausse, mais claire et précise, aura toujours plus de puissance dans le monde qu'une idée vraie mais complexe.

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  • On some occasions Oresme explicitly uses the expression ˜complexe significabile™ in the framework of his ontology of accidents.

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  • Rails est un peu plus complexe à apprendre et intègre AJAX.

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  • Data Confidentiality: PGP bien, mais trop complexe

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  • So now its make an appointment for a scan just incase its something else or things are more complexe or something and then surgery.

    Snell-Pym » Hernia

  • Gál, G. (1977): "Adam Wodeham's Question on the complexe significabile as the Immediate Object of Scientific Knowledge,"

    Gregory of Rimini

  • In the course of Gregory's long discussion of the problem of foreknowledge and future contingents, he makes frequent reference to the notion of the complexe significabile.

    Gregory of Rimini

  • The complexe significabile, once thought to be Gregory's invention, is neither the proposition itself (although it determines the truth or falsity of the proposition) nor individual things in the world, but rather the arrangement of things in the world.

    Gregory of Rimini

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  • made from frayed ropes, baggywrinkle is most often used on rigging such as stays and spreaders to prevent sails from chafing; may be seen on the bows of tugboats as gigantic fenders.

    May 28, 2009