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‘Shared Worlds’ Religious Identities—A Question of Evidence

shared world n

world-sharer / ~s n

Temporal aspects of interaction in shared virtual worlds

Sharing the World in Common with Others

Some boundary conditions on embodied agents sharing a common world

Children’s Expressive Handling of Objects in a Shared World

Sharing worlds: managing complex community relationships in challenging times

Sharing sensitive health information through social media in the Arab world

Letting Go? Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World

Bipartite Network Analysis of Gene Sharings in the Microbial World

Caffeine Culture Before Starbucks: Shared Interests, Outlooks, and Addictions in Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World Coffeehouses

Review: A Shared World: Christians and Muslims in the Early Modern Mediterranean
 Molly Greene A Shared World: Christians and Muslims in the Early Modern Mediterranean

Sharing Scarcity: Bread Rationing and the First World War in Berlin, 1914–1923

One Humanity: Shared Responsibility. Report of the Secretary-General for the World Humanitarian Summit

The Report of the High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, A More Secured World: Our Shared Responsibility

How Do We Use Language? Shared Patterns in the Frequency of Word Use Across 17 World Languages

Molly Greene. A Shared World: Christians and Muslims in the Early Modern Mediterranean. (Modern Greek Studies.) Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2000. Pp. xii, 228. $32.50

Europe between the Oceans, 9000 BC-AD 1000. By Barry Cunliffe, The Atlantic World: Europeans, Africans, Indians and Their Shared History, 1400–1900. By Thomas Benjamin and Global Lives: Britain and the World 1550–1800. By Miles Ogborn


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A fictional universe in which multiple authors set their stories, especially one created for this purpose. 1985 J. C. Bunnell Dragon Mag. Nov. 32/2 The stories do not truly mesh ...

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