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tabula

[′tab·yə·lə]
(paleontology)
A transverse septum that closes off the lower part of the polyp cavity in certain extinct corals and hydroids.
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123 ss., y bibliografia alli citada; "Observaciones acerca de la 'Tabula de Veleia'", RGDR, 3, Madrid, 2014, p.
Tabula Rasa is therefore an anthology of sorts, with each track being a story or character in its own right.
In the course of its research, TABULA RASA hosted a "Spoofing Challenge," which invited researchers from around the world to develop attack plans and to attempt to deceive various biometric systems.
(12) The Tabula Capitolina was admittedly a later discovery, found in the late 17th century near Bovillae (some 12 miles south-east of Rome); still, it quickly became the subject of antiquarian interest--scrutinised by Raffaello Fabretti in his 1683 Latin dissertation on Trajan's column, for example.
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Like Access, this hefty volume takes a tabula rasa approach, not assuming any prior familiarity with Microsoft's relational database management software.
Sindicado en cierto grupo de poetas de la PUC, junto a David Preiss, Joannon recientemente ha sacado a la luz un libro de poemas, Tabula Rasa (Ed.Tacitas, 2005), el tercero en la produccion de este periodista, que desde 1998 fue armando este sucinto, pero sustancioso volumen, editado por las siempre correctas Ediciones Tacitas.
I am thinking at this point of the tabula rasa (of Descartes), naturally, but what remains on or even of this tabula rasa?