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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of echolocate.
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This would allow very precise frequency resolution and phase-sensitive analysis of the returning echoes for determining the velocity of echolocated objects like insects.
Moreover, while it was plausible that God never echolocated, and that God did not have false memories of echolocation, it would require a serious argument that God has never imagined echolocating.
Then, on the basis of that occurrent imaginative state, Fred could know what it is like to echolocate an icosahedron, without having ever echolocated an icosahedron.