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Arduinna
Gaulish An Artemis/Diana-like figure, the tutelary Goddess of the Ardennes Forest region. She seems to be a particular protectress of wild boars, and is imaged as riding upon one at least once. Often conflated with the Roman Diana....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Boldogasszony
Goddess of women and children, protectress and defender of Her charges. She has fertility connections, and is associated with childbirth in a particular way. Her cult became conflated with that of the Virgin Mary in early Christian times....
Deities & Heros >> Magyar
Eacus
Iberian. A weather deity, often conflated with Jupiter....
Deities & Heros >> Roman
Belenus
Bright. Gaulish The continental version of Beli, conflated by classical authors with Apollo....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Nabu
(Babylonian) Divine Patron of scribes, and holding authority over writing and knowledge. He forms with Ea and Marduk a triplicity of Wisdom deities, and His worship persisted among Mesopotamian communities for a very long time. His cult is still recognizable...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Brigit
Exalted one. Irish and British. A triplicity of Goddesses associated with Fire and smithcraft, with poetry, and with motherhood and childbirth. As an individual, she is a daughter of the Daghda. In pre-Roman Britain, she was the tutelary Goddess of the...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Diana
Goddess of the Moon, the natural world, a huntress and protectress of animals. A perpetual maiden, she was usually conflated with the Hellenic Artemis....
Deities & Heros >> Roman

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Automatically Conflating Road Vector Data with Orthoimagery
A GENERAL APPROACH TO MAP CONFLATION Anthony E. Lupien
'Conflation' in the non-conflated Shakespearian editions
edition that brought together both textual authorities in a “conflated” text.
A General Framework for Conflation
To date GIS-based conflation research has primarily been concerned with specific algorithms and tools for performing conflation on specific types of datasets.
A Future Internet Architecture Based on De-conflated Identities
de-conflated identities (ADI) that explicitly establishes the separation of architecture to emphasize the relevance of a de-conflated.

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Of delusions and narratives
Part of the problem is that Pakistanis' historical consciousness, and the manner in which our context is taught to us, tends to link realities with conflated versions of mythologies and conspiracies.
Stupid things I thought 10 years ago
Playwright's biography sets scenes but fails to explore
In an essay in last Sunday's New York Times, Salamon wrote that “maybe secrecy and privacy have become too easily conflated.
Dr. King Weeps From His Grave
He never conflated a flesh and blood sacrifice with a stone and mortar edifice. We rightly celebrate his substance and sacrifice because he loved us all so deeply.
VIEW: Provinces for religious minorities? —Yasser Latif Hamdani

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Conflation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conflate - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of CONFLATE. transitive verb. 1.
Conflate | Define Conflate at Dictionary.com
/kənˈfleɪt/ Show Spelled[kuh n-fleyt] Show IPA. verb (used with object), -flat·ed, - flat·ing.
conflated - definition of conflated by the Free Online Dictionary
tr.v. con·flat·ed, con·flat·ing, con·flates.
conflate - Wiktionary
conflate (third-person singular simple present conflates, present participle conflating, simple past and past participle conflated).

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