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The TABULA RASA research project has made an extensive list of possible spoofing attacks, evaluated the vulnerability of biometric systems to such attacks, and developed countermeasures that for instance detect signs of "liveness" (e.
But like Tabula Rasa, Kirkham's maintains high customer satisfaction by making its employees experts on the products it offers.
Tabula Rasa, which launched November 2007, is an intense, fast-paced, sci-fi MMO PC game that puts you in the middle of the never-ending intergalactic fight for freedom against a hostile alien race called the Bane.
NCsoft, the interlocking NC logo, PlayNC, NCcoin, Guild Wars, Guild Wars Factions, Guild Wars Nightfall, Guild Wars: Eye of the North, City of Heroes, City of Villains, Tabula Rasa, Dungeon Runners, Exteel, Lineage, and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of NCsoft Corporation.
NCsoft, the interlocking NC logo, PlayNC, Lineage, The Kamael, Hellbound, City of Heroes, City of Villains, Guild Wars, Guild Wars Factions, Guild Wars Nightfall, Guild Wars: Eye of the North, Dungeon Runners, Exteel Tabula Rasa and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of NCsoft Corporation.
Most American listeners were first exposed to the work of Estonian composer Arvo Part when the ECM label released a collection of his compositions under the title Tabula Rasa (817 764-2, 1984).
Because of the use of esoteric terminology and references in many parts of the book, the volume as a whole cannot serve as a general introduction to Freemasonry for readers coming from tabula rasa, unless read with great care to first mine those chapters starting with a more preliminary premise, such as that of Lynn Dumenil; even some initiated Masonic insiders, if not extremely thoroughly versed in every conceivable cranny of the exhaustive minutiae of the brotherhood's broad history, may find much of the material inaccessible.
While the Atlantic coast of South America and the Caribbean was depicted in surprising detail, and the vastness of the ocean that divides the Americas and Asia was evident, the Western Hemisphere was largely portrayed as a void, a tabula rasa that challenged and abetted European society in its conquest and settlement of the New World.
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It does in fictional neurological "fact" what scapegoat rites and sin offerings have done symbolically throughout the ages: it annuls past sins and restores the offender to tabula rasa, by dissolving the guilty identity (now in actuality, rather than in ritual) and replacing it with a pristine new identity.
And preposterous is not too strong a term to describe Emerson's Nature or Kant's invitation for every man to think for himself, or Locke's presumption in making a tabula rasa (as Eric Voegelin put it) of two thousand years of Christian intellectual history replacing it with "an analysis of the New Testament as if it were a book that had been published yesterday.
Dance, puppetry and music combine in this imaginative show by the Tabula Rasa Dance Company.