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1. The rediscovery of mind had relatively little impact on the psychobiology of the time.
2. The cognitive challenge Psychobiologists have reacted to the rediscovery of cognitive processes in two ways.
3. But this euphoric rediscovery of the ley theory gave way to quieter and more sober research.
4. Its revival or rediscovery was especially appropriate to the Surrealist brand of pictorial egalitarianism.
5. Phenomenological pedagogy calls for the rediscovery and return of human spirits in educational practice.
6. The practical values of the rediscovery focus on the retrieval and appraisal of electronic records.
7. They are the rediscovery of teachers, green model of educational development and continuously creating and innovating.
8. The researcher of these conch says rediscovery , the evidence with these stronger bead understands symbolistic thinking appear to want than what think before early.
9. The Rediscovery of the Significance in Yang Jiang's Comedies about Human Relationships andReality a - Believe.
10. He says its rediscovery promote promotes a a of pride over unite unique African resources.
11. The rediscovery of Cuscuta campestris (Convolvulaceae) in China.
12. The best part of his expedition had been the rediscovery of his natural passion for making things.
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13. The result has been a deep and growing commitment to the project, combined with a rediscovery of traditional culture.
14. Chapter Three offers readers the reasons of Hurston's being forgotten and her rediscovery , thus points out that Hurston as a literary foremother of black women writers exerts great influence on them.
15. June 5, 2008—The foundations of a pyramid long lost under the sands of Egypt lie exposed on June 2, 2008. Archaeologists today announced the rediscovery of the ruins in Saqqara, south of Cairo.
16. "Going back to Hellenism" is essentially a way of compensating the inadequacy of modern cultures by a rediscovery of original Greek wisdoms that have been concealed by traditions.
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