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Internally caudillo warfare had set back any hopes of a truly national identity.
At the cotyledonary level, advanced degradation was observed on the surface as well as internally.
The awe and fear are internally related to what the ritual shows or says.
Those looking for a single clear and internally consistent set of rules to guide modern performers of eighteenth-century sonatas are once again out of luck.
Formulating completeness internally (but without syntax, as the essence of cut-elimination) was therefore the task.
A revised and internally consistent thermodynamic model for the interpolation and extrapolation of liquid-solid equilibria in magmatic systems at elevated temperatures and pressures.
Right now, no political organisation has affirmative action internally.
Questionnaires were internally validated within the research team (n 5) prior to use during the usability testing.
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