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tabula

(ˈtæbjʊlə)
n
(Historical Terms) an ancient tablet for writing on
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But if once one allows the possibility of making of all the past a tabula rasa--no property, no family-- then labor would organize itself.
When she established her label, Tabula Rasa, in 2013, she viewed it as a blank slate to make room for genre-transcending possibilities for knits: In her inaugural line, for instance, she featured home accessories alongside sometimes-matching ready-to-wear apparel.
Well, we must give him a tabula rasa and hope that he is finally speaking the truth.
Rittenhouse said Rittenhouse II builds upon the firm's performance in the Rittenhouse Fund I portfolio, which includes Tabula Rasa Healthcare, Core Solutions, Halfpenny Technologies, and Take the Interview.
Moorestown, NJ, September 07, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc.'s (TRHC) Chief Strategy Officer, Brian J.
Keystone Property Group, a real estate developer, manager and investor of mixed-use properties, announced a 74,565 s/f lease with Tabula Rasa Healthcare, Inc.
They consider reckoning: disaster and justice, recomposing Katrina; dissembling: sociology, philosophy, and ecology; accounting for disaster; tabula rasa: urbanism and architecture; and memory: forgetfulness and commemoration.
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ON A New York hospital ward for Aids patients in the 1980s, a nurse played Arvo Part's Tabula Rasa to the dying young men.
Tabula rasa means "blank slate." Sarah is being held in a hospital ward where she is being treated for what her doctors call PTSD; however, there is much they did not tell her.
Restaurants selling shawerma, roasted chicken, tabula, and fattoush are on each corner of the street.