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PASSIM

A simulation language based on Pascal.

["PASSIM: A Discrete-Event Simulation Package for Pascal", D.H Uyeno et al, Simulation 35(6):183-190 (Dec 1980)].
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Franke, supra note 238 passim (advocating for a positive theory of female sexuality); Nadine Strossen, A Feminist Critique of "The" Feminist Critique of Pornography, 79 VA.
ON THE CONFLICT OF LAWS 221 passim (Lawrence Collins ed.
Nicholson, Studies in Islamic Mysticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978), passim.
1, 7-24 passim, 38-46 (1993); PAUL GOLDSTEIN, COPYRIGHT'S HIGHWAY: FROM GUTENBERG TO THE CELESTIAL JUKEBOX 197-201, 234-36 (1994) [hereinafter GOLDSTEIN, COPYRIGHT'S HIGHWAY]; Brian Kahin, The Internet Business and Policy Landscape, 1997 ANN.
OER, 3:251-52; Friedensburg, 275-77, 290-92, 296-98; Kathe, 458, 464 et passim.
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Herman and Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media (New York: Pantheon Books, 1988), passim.
For more fully elaborated discussion of colonial workers' situation, see, for example, Joel Beinin and Zachary Lockman, Workers on the Nile: Nationalism, Communism, Islam, and the Egyptian Working Class, 1882-1954 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987), chapters 1-3 passim.
314 and passim is incorrect for mayy with an empjatic (DIR 1964: 196B )