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- n. The act or process of textualizing; rendering as text.
- n. The result of textualizing; a written version.
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Books merely objectify the textualization of reality that conditions the formation of the Lockean identity from the traumatic tabula rasa of its core self.
+ '.': 'a impression textualization denotative of a 'bookmark'.
+ 'i: a impression textualization denotative of a' lumens 'energenic unit'.
+ 'i': 'a impression textualization denotative of 'daydream nation'.
+ '': 1. a impression textualization denotative of a 'won sign'.
There is no evidence of the production Pashto language written texts in pre-Mughal India, although there have been claims of about the textualization of Pashto in "Afghanistan" before the Mughal empire took shape. 17 It has been suggested that the first Pashto language texts, the Khayr al-Bayan and the Makhzan-i Afghani were written during the Mughal rule by non-Pashtun (probably Persian or Tajik) Sufis, Bayazid Ansari, and Akhund Darweza, respectively. 18 The political context of these religious writings was the Roshaniyya insurrection.