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My judgement is that such experiences are no less vivid than ordinary experience, although of course greatly reduced in informational content.

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Of course, a generalised norm or level mapping can be interpreted as an ordinary norm or level mapping by restricting its domain to ground objects.

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Of course, many of the objectives could have also been accomplished by regulations.

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In the course of time, these tools were discarded and replaced by new ones made of local flint varieties.

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These stresses and antisocial behavior may, in turn, cause an increase in children's internalizing problems through the life course.

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This, of course, tells us very little about the actual practice of telemedicine.

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The preface tells us that the book is intended to back up a second-year university course, presumably in stratigraphy as defined by the author.

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On a day-to-day level, re-ection of a mediational character was drawn into teaching sessions across the entire course.

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From 1961 onwards archaeology was taught as a so-called further education course, which followed studies in another discipline lasting four to five years.

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In addition to teaching linguistics courses for teachers, she teaches children's literature.

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She discusses in detail four areas of verbal hygiene: copy editing, teaching grammar in schools, 'political correctness', and self-help language courses for women.

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Of course adaptation to consumers' preferences took on a specific form.

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Early vegetative symptoms, however, may also contribute to the high rates of depression seen later in the course of immune activation.

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However, they found the methodology course itself too theoretical.

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Governments that are responsive are generally more legitimate than those that do not, and should experience less instability, all other things being equal, of course.

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