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As it develops, especially in the second half of the century, the picture becomes increasingly variegated, scrambled, và confused.
First, the absence of evidence of any positive sầu effects for an experimental variable should not be confused with evidence of absence of such effects.
He is soon, however, hopelessly confused in attempts to lớn distinguish between capital to the individual and capital lớn the nation.
The confinement rules partition the mix of types và prevent types belonging to different partition from being confused with one another.
Relatively few demonstrated any informed awareness of the raft of policies outlined above sầu and some that professed understanding were in reality confused or mistaken.
chú ý that occurrences of holes will be filled by reduction contexts và are not to lớn be confused with redex holes.
Furthermore, they were formulated in 1548, before diversity of religion had seriously fragmented policy and confused traditional conflicts.
Readers may also find the opening section on geography extremely dry, và the multitude of ethnic groups confusing.
Nevertheless, three concepts still appear to be confused, ill-defined, or interchangeable in the literature: reflective sầu practice, reflection, and the reflective sầu practitioner.
Not lớn be confused with the hardware notion of an interrupt, which is more akin to lớn an asynchronous subroutine Điện thoại tư vấn.
In previous formulations of projection strictness analysis, the two forms of demand were confused (literally) by the lifting trichồng.
Thus, it is not that children persist in using an adult"s non-primary language because they are confused.

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Is infant bilingual acquisition fundamentally similar lớn monolingual acquisition or is it delayed and confused ?
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a very old story or mix of stories from ancient times, or the stories, not always true, that people tell about a famous event or person

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