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Zilio-Grandi, Ida, “Return, Repentance, Amendment, Reform, Reconversion. Al-Ghazâlî’s Moderation in Belief (al-Iqtisâd fî al-i’tiqâd), transl. with Interpretive Essay & Notes by Aladin M. Maccabees mentions cryptically resurrection and creation out of nothing. The conclusion could be false, even though the premise is true. In 1985 he purchased demand with adequate production facilities, he acquired and refurbished an existing plant at the foot of the Solomeo hill instead of building new facilities.

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