A brief Social History of Game PlayA brief Social History of Game Play
In contrast, the statistics and accounts tell a very different story—one of often vibrant social settings and diverse playing communities. Why do American conceptions of gamers diverge from reality?
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F. Programming Control StructuresF. Programming Control Structures
Using these control structures, you can determine the order that statements are executed, the number of times that statements are executed, and whether or not statements are executed at all
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Quebecers, Canada and questions of Attachment: New Report of the Association for Canadian Studies Released March 14Quebecers, Canada and questions of Attachment: New Report of the Association for Canadian Studies Released March 14
The somewhat attached to Canada, some one-quarter of francophones are very attached, one-third, the not very attached one-fifth and the not attached at all about one in six
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The English Language in CanadaThe English Language in Canada
Richard W. Bailey and Manfred Görlach. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 134-176
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Concepts and CategorizationConcepts and Categorization
As something. We have a powerful impulse to interpret our world. This act of interpretation, an act of “seeing something as X” rather than simply seeing it (Wittgenstein, 1953), is fundamentally an act of categorization
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True or falseTrue or false
Alfred Wegener proved the theory of continental drift on the basis of the geographic fit of the continents, paleontological, and geological evidence
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A call to convene the field of collective intelligence as a coherent, multi-disciplinary study and practiceA call to convene the field of collective intelligence as a coherent, multi-disciplinary study and practice
We invite you to join us in initiating this confluence at an invitational gathering in January 2007 se conversations leadinched working or in any other way you choose to
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Which Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Clustering and Avoidance Patterns of Similar Retail Outlets geographical analysis (Forthcoming)Which Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Clustering and Avoidance Patterns of Similar Retail Outlets geographical analysis (Forthcoming)
Area, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. 2Alteryx, Inc. 1825 South Grant Street, Suite 725, San Mateo, ca 94402. This research was conducted while Dr
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