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NAMES, FICTIONAL NAMES, AND 'REALLY' R. M. Sainsburyand David Wiggins I — R . M . Sainsbury ABSTRACT Evans argued that most ordinary proper names were Russellian: to suppose that they have no bearer is to suppose that they have no meaning.


... A Fictional Reconstruction" by Debra Stamper, Department of Biology, King's College be doing gel electrophoresis later in the semester, and 2) ...

Dictionary of Fictional Characters by William Freeman

Scope "This valuable reference book includes the names of over 20,000 fictitious characters from novels, short stories, poems, plays, and operas written in the English language during the past six centuries.

It is a commonplace of American law that corporations are ...

daniel j.h. greenwood fictional shareholders: for whom are corporate managers trustees, revisited * 69 s. cal. l. rev. 1021 (1996)

Science Consultants, Fictional Films, and Scientific Practice

ABSTRACT When scientists act as consultants during the production of a fictional film, it becomes an act of communication that plays a role in the process of science.

Grade 4 - Personal and Fictional Narrative Rubric

Fourth Grade Soccer My brother plays soccer at Amy Blank, and at a reall soccer feild. At the soccer feild there is a plase near the end. It is behind a bliding, it is like a dich.

Art Exhibition • Call for Entries • Exhibition Dates

1 Art Exhibition • Call for Entries • Exhibition Dates: July 10-August 7, 2010 • Entries Deadline: All entries must be received by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 The Bath House Cultural Center is seeking artwork for its upcoming art exhibition, Fictional, a collaborative project ...

Third Grade Fictional Narrative Paper

Third Grade Fictional Narrative Paper Snowdy Once upon a time ago a snowman named Kevin he loved wrestling on Halloween. On a snowday vampires wore sweaters dragons wore face mitens scelaton wore bone mittens oh wait lets get back to the story.

Sickle Cell Anemia: A Fictional Reconstruction*

Page 1 "Sickle Cell Anemia" by Debra Stamper * Disclaimer: Th is case is a work of fi ction that refers to real events and people. All of the discoveries mentioned in Section 1 were made by the individuals they are attributed to, as were the observations made by Dr. Vernon Hahn described in ...


FICTIONAL ORGANISM PROJECT. In this project you will INDIVIDUALLY design a variety of organisms. These organisms must be as detailed as possible (see the Gasbird example) and will be a “realistic” as they can be.