(2) [...], from which arise the three impositions of a word and the two intentions of a term;
the nature of a symbol
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Open it The ambiguity of a word may arise from:
(1) the various meanings imposed on it in the course of time, constituting the history of the word;
(2) the nature of a symbol, from which arise the three impositions of a word and the two intentions of a term;
(3) the nature of the phantasm for which the word is originally a substitute
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last interval [days]
repetition number in this series
scheduled repetition interval
last repetition or drill
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