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zygon

(ˈzaɪɡɒn)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy a stem connecting the two parts of an H-shaped brain fissure
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Her fame soared as Doctor Who's companion Clara Oswald from 2012 but she got out after helping the Doctor HeOswa handle the Zygon invasion - to land a dream role as Queen Victoria for ITV.
Before winning the archbishop election, Jackeln was the bishop of Lund in Sweden from 2007 to 2014, and was a professor of systematic theology/religion and science from 2001 to 2007 at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago, where she also was director of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science.
Barbour (1997) is our primary text, which I supplement with chapters from The Oxford Handbook on Religion and Science (Clayton and Simpson 2006), articles from Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science <http://www.zygonjournal.org>, audio-recorded lectures (e.g., Larson 2002; Principe 2006), and various podcasts and video recordings of lectures, debates, and panel discussions accessible through the internet.
"Artificial Intelligence: Walking the Boundary." Zygon 31, no.
Alexander, R.: "A biological interpretation of moral systems" en Zygon 20, no 1, 1985, p.
(83) Como en el caso de los articulos que la revista Zygon ha publicado (con intereses notoriamente apologeticos), de los ya citados: Cole-Turner, "Entheogens, Mysticism, and Neuroscience"; y Hummel, "By Its Fruits?".
and KENNY, Ch., <<Barbour's Fourfold Way: Problems with His Taxonomy of Science-Religion Relationships>>, Zygon 36 (2001) 765-781.
LG-07 Plot No H1A Zygon Square Sector 63, Noida, Delhi NCR
Episodes such as the 'Zygon Invasion' from season nine were especially well-received for their political themes and what seemed like critical commentary on the current world order.
these items The collection also incudes a batch of latex masks of a Zygon, a Silurian, Sontan, The Destroyer, The Master, Tom Baker and Jon Pertwee - complete with cape, jacket, shirt and trousers.