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Campaigns have also been forced to reconsider their conception of Pennsylvania’s political geography.
WHY PENNSYLVANIA COULD DECIDE THE 2020 ELECTIONNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 15, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Compare our conception of werewolves, vampires, and zombies.
There’s another conception of reality which I call the “container view.”
Two Conceptions of RealityThese challenges are rooted in a conception of reality which we have gotten so used to that we’re not even aware that there’s an alternative.
Another incredible conception from da Vinci, the Armored Car is surely the forerunner to the contemporary military tanks.
This conception is akin to that of potential, except that it is given to us directly by our sense of heat.
Sometimes, however, a more than usual vividness of conception will make up for the want of this frequent coxistence.
It is generally a gross approximation of the conception of the Infinite Being to the likeness of man.
It is this conception that makes rebellion so rare and so dangerous.
ESSAYS IN REBELLIONHENRY W. NEVINSON
To Catherine de' Medici—perhaps justly—has been given the credit—or infamy, if you will—of its conception and execution.

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