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  • Note that the point here is not to argue for the existence of such pure data in the wild, but to provide a distinction that (in section 1.6) will help to clarify why some philosophers have been able to accept the thesis that there can be no information without data representation while rejecting the thesis that information requires physical implementation; data as diaphora de signo, that is, lacks of uniformity between (the perception of) at least two physical states, such as a higher or lower charge in a battery, a variable electrical signal in a telephone conversation, or the dot and the line in the Morse alphabet; and data as diaphora de dicto, that is, lacks of uniformity between two symbols, for example the letters A and B in the Latin alphabet.

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  • Q: Recently I found the words “In hoc signo vinces” written on the back of one of my teen-aged son's school notebooks.

    The Language Monitor

  • Por favor to signo up to volunteeriento at nyc.gov/service

    El Parody of Mayor Tweets Off

  • Otro signo de desconocimiento: se proclama que se ataca a los dueños de medios, al considerarlos “terceros civilmente responsables”.

    Global Voices in English » Peru: Proposal Shortens Time for Media to Correct Inexact Information

  • Mihi pergratum est videre tuam novam sententiam Latinam in signo.

    This Just In: I'm Giving Away A Free Bike Because I Don't Need It!

  • De cara hacia las elecciones 2010, el PUSC intenta reagruparse alrededor de su líder histórico, el expresidente Calderón (…) quien incluso reconoce querer aspirar a una doble postulación (claro signo de debilidad, ¡nadie que esté seguro de tener posibilidad real de ganar la presidencia se postula al mismo tiempo para diputado!)

    Calder��n Corruption Trial May Derail Presidential Aspirations

  • Bajo el signo del Islam. (elecciones en Argelia) (TT: Under the shadow of Islam) (TA: elections in Algeria): An article from: Siempre! by Zidani Zeraqui

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Newspapers in Swing States Are Delivering Anti-Islam DVDs to Voters

  • The Latin words would be "in hoc signo," which abbreviates to IHS.

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  • The Latin words would be "in hoc signo," which abbreviates to IHS.

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  • En todos los estados en que los senadores Clinton y Obama han batallado en las urnas, el número de registrados Demócratas para votar ha crecido significativamente, un signo positivo que el número de votantes en noviembre podría alcanzar proporciones históricas.

    Gerald McEntee: Oigamos a los Votantes de Puerto Rico

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