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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of thematise.


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  • He acknowledges that like any other temporal phenomenon, not all of its vistas can be adequately thematised or articulated.

    Gadamer's Aesthetics

  • AoDL takes ACE's Regularly Funded Organisations (RFOs) through the highways and by-ways of the web, social media and back-office tool sets in ten thematised symposia incorporating demonstrations and one-on-one advice.

    infinite thØught

  • Marx has already thematised value and abstract labour as categories designed to pick out long-term, aggregate statistical trends in the first chapter of


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