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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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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.
I am thinking at this point of the tabula rasa (of Descartes), naturally, but what remains on or even of this tabula rasa?