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  2. Correspondence principle (sociology) - Wikipedia

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    The correspondence principle or correspondence thesis is a sociological theory that posits a close relationship between social standing and the educational system. Writers in this vein (notably Gary Watson and Diep Tran) are in particular interested in the relationship between a person’s social standing and the type of education that is received at school.

  3. Lexical item - Wikipedia

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    Form-meaning correspondence. Many lexical items are either a whole word or part of a word, whereas many other lexical items consist of parts of one or more words or of multiple words in their entirety. A basic question in this area concerns the form-meaning correspondence.

  4. Jezebel - Wikipedia

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    Jezebel (/ ˈ dʒ ɛ z ə b əl,-b ɛ l /; Hebrew: אִיזֶבֶל ‎, Modern: ʾĪzével, Tiberian: ʾĪzeḇel) was the daughter of Ithobaal I of Tyre and the wife of Ahab, King of Israel, according to the Book of Kings of the Hebrew Bible (1 Kings 16:31).

  5. Philosophical Investigations - Wikipedia

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    Philosophical Investigations (German: Philosophische Untersuchungen) is a work by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, published posthumously in 1953.. Philosophical Investigations is divided into two parts, consisting of what Wittgenstein calls, in the preface, Bemerkungen, translated by Anscombe as "remarks".

  6. Phoneme - Wikipedia

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    In phonology and linguistics, a phoneme (/ ˈ f oʊ n iː m /) is a unit of sound that can distinguish one word from another in a particular language.. For example, in most dialects of English, with the notable exception of the West Midlands and the north-west of England, the sound patterns / s ɪ n / (sin) and / s ɪ ŋ / (sing) are two separate words that are distinguished by the ...

  7. Truth - Wikipedia

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    Correspondence theory centres heavily around the assumption that truth is a matter of accurately copying what is known as "objective reality" and then representing it in thoughts, words and other symbols.

  8. Apport (paranormal) - Wikipedia

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    In parapsychology and spiritualism, an apport is the alleged paranormal transference of an article from one place to another, or an appearance of an article from an unknown source that is often associated with poltergeist activity or séances.

  9. Langlands program - Wikipedia

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    Roughly speaking, the reciprocity conjecture gives a correspondence between automorphic representations of a reductive group and homomorphisms from a Langlands group to an L-group. There are numerous variations of this, in part because the definitions of Langlands group and L-group are not fixed.