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Mabon ap Modron
(son, youth). Welsh. The God associated with youthfulness, he is sometimes conflated with Pryderi. His full name is "Mabon Ap Modron", which simply means "Son, son of Mother"....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Fauna and Faunus
Paired Deities of grove and forest, and the life therein. Faunus was originally a mythical King of Latium, but in later times, these spirits were conflated with Hellenic Pan, and the Race of Satyrs....
Deities & Heros >> Roman
(mother). Welsh, British, and Gaulish. Often conflated with the Roman Matrona, she is the Tutelary of the Marne in Gaul. In Britain, she appears as a washerwoman, and thus there would seem to be a connection with the the Morrigan....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
A God of vegetation and husbandry. His cult was conflated with that of Dionysios to a degree, and his festival was kept as a celebration for young men who had achieved adulthood....
Deities & Heros >> Roman
(?, but cf. the Latin "Neptune"). Irish. Another water-spirit, He is associated with a sacred Well within which live the Salmon of Knowledge. He is closely associated with the Daghda, and has been conflated with him....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Daughter of Jupiter, Goddess of war and peace or, more properly, the decisions and actions of the State. As such, she is also a Goddess of wisdom. Based on an early Etruscan Goddess, She became heavily conflated with the Hellenic Pallas Athene....
Deities & Heros >> Roman
(steerswoman). Gallo-Belgic. Primarily associated with protection of travelers over the sea. Her known temple locations are always on the coast, and surviving inscriptions often praise her for successfully completed voyages, or implore her for similar...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish

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Automatically Conflating Road Vector Data with Orthoimagery
'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
/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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