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No redemption is possible, but only a schema of never-ending debts and payments.
Second, this schema is made possible because identity politics is, tacitly or expressly, a relationship — something quite different from sorting (and self-sorting) by kinds.
In Lynch’s schema, Stanton’s Rodd is a walking embodiment of a nobler, prelapsarian—that is, pre-atomic—America.
In their schema, success is proof of virtue and people are to blame for their own misfortune.
However, this schema suffers from a significant flaw: A pristine and contiguous Hindu civilization in which the cow’s sanctity was upheld is disputed by the historical record.
The World Wide Web Consortium and others want to make XML more flexible by adding a layer of schemas, which could have the effect of breaking down the divisions among conflicting formats.
Mathevon tells Helen Briggs at the BBC that it may be related to a theory called the baby schema.
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Origin and Etymology of schema
First Known Use: circa 1890See Words from the same year
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