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  • particular identification of them; to give (a person) an identity (which may or may not be accurate). 1996, The Cambridge History of American Literature, volume
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  • material, usually for purposes of identification. 1999, American Philatelic Research Library, Philatelic Literature Review - Volumes 48-49, page 180:
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  • classical usage— both derive from the Greek (and generally Hellenistic) identification of "Zoroaster" as the "inventor" of astrology and magic. The first meaning
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  • Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature; 1957, pp. 131-132) baptizand ‎(plural baptizands) a person about to
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  • concept of goliardic poetry rests on a series of stylistic traits and the identification of the corpus with the figure of the wandering goliard. 2011, Albrecht
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  • A History of Histories, Penguin 2009, page 184: Sometimes […] semi-identifications could be made on the basis of names. Henry VII's son Arthur was hailed
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  • Journal for Oriental Manuscript Research, Volumes 6-7, page 22: The identification of this edition as an incunabulum, and not an early palaeotype, evokes
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  • Shatkay, Mark Craven, Mining the Biomedical Literature, MIT Press (ISBN 9780262017695), page 99 The identification of bioentities such as genes, proteins,
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  • 0615686877), page 26: There are intense debates in the psychoanalytic literature as to whether the primary form of infantile desire is allosexual (directed
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  • “Somewhere Between Arab and Jew: Ethnic Re-Identification in Modern Hebrew Literature”, in Middle Eastern Literatures, volume 5, number 1: Rather, identity
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