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  • During H1N1, there was much "conflusion," much of it stemming from a desire to act on a large scale and reluctance on the part of public officials to utter the words: "We don't know."

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  • State of conflusion: Adjuvant worries dispelled by MDs

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  • Since the studios already had the background painters using cell vinyl, the art directors should use it, so that there was no conflusion when translating color or texture.

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  • It's not really a conflusion, it just sounds like one!

    March 1, 2008

  • A conflusion is a confusing illusion which may be an optical illusion or auditory and so on. An example of this word in use can be found at http://conflusions.com.

    March 1, 2008