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UncleBob wrote:I'm not sure that I buy this idea. However, one could argue that many stories use universal narratives--especially heroic narratives--as a device to relate events.
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Zed wrote: ↑
Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:51 pm
Since it is a different subject from the OP I made a new one.
For those who may be wondering, this appears to be the very first use of "ZEDERATED." Also, if you Google "Zederated," CPS and German language sites seem to be the bulk of what pops up.
For the record: Google translate with 'Detect Language' activated shows "Zederate" as a German word meaning "Zederate."
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