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As this

lot of heat but little light , or they may fade out in a paralysis of boredom . The next

notion , which was introduced by the anthropologistpsychologist Gregory ...

As this

**example**suggests , lock - ins usually get nowhere ; they may engender alot of heat but little light , or they may fade out in a paralysis of boredom . The next

notion , which was introduced by the anthropologistpsychologist Gregory ...

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If one can compare several

difference between them, and they will look very ... 7b.3 As an

the idea of chreods, or canalization, means in an everyday context, consider the ...

If one can compare several

**examples**of such a system, there will be very littledifference between them, and they will look very ... 7b.3 As an

**example**of whatthe idea of chreods, or canalization, means in an everyday context, consider the ...

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... comprising sets of equations to represent the system. For

equation which has been found by experience to quite accurately describe the

flow of traffic between two places, in terms of their sizes and distance apart is: _ ...

... comprising sets of equations to represent the system. For

**example**, a simpleequation which has been found by experience to quite accurately describe the

flow of traffic between two places, in terms of their sizes and distance apart is: _ ...

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