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make less mysterious or remove the mystery from

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This was the beginning of the demystification process for Islam.
every angel an angel of demystification regardless her secret cookie
This demystification has seen the country's bonds and equities market developing faster than among its neighbours.
30) We are not in Chesterton's story facing a potential change in laws, but rather, as Brown indicates, a demystification of "the god of this country," St.
Romantic Fiat: Demystification and Enchantment in Lyric Poetry.
If this concern is rendered rather literally in both Garden of Infinite Hearts, 2007, in which plastic, paper, and fabric hearts quiver erratically as they dangle from thin wires that emerge from a cement-block installation, and Open, 2009, a wood box containing a voice that repeatedly announces "I love you" when the cover is lifted, there is also something quite endearing about the artist's low-fidelity demystification of the technological phantasmagoria.
The findings are a useful addition to the demystification and rehumanization of Arabs and Arab public opinion in the eyes of those around the world who care to make the effort of seeing the Middle East as it really is, and not as anti-Arab or Islamophobic zealots would like to paint us.
Reynolds generally scorns the phenomenon of bands reviving their older material, but when that band is The Sex Pistols, a redo "could be seen as bracingly cynical, even an extension of the Pistols' original demystification of the music.
However, people showed themselves again to be cruder than death and history and immediately started with the demystification and demythologization of Kiro Gligorov.
However, to what extent SCIEF will contribute to the understanding, demystification and even progress of Islamic finance in Europe remains a moot point.
8220;Trends in Machine Translation” outlines five megatrends affecting machine translation: 1) the burgeoning acceptance of machine translation; 2) the demystification around the concept and practice of MT; 3) the enterprise-enabling of the technology; 4) the development of an ecosystem around machine translation; and 5) its changing business model and economics.
The obvious advantages are the demystification of the nation as a unitary essence and the understanding of the nation beyond the limit set by the power-elite.
This is why demystification of this date should be made.
Naturally, the poetic exploration of a writer such as Frixione is of another kind, since there we find ourselves witnessing an obsessive demystification of the sublime and a sabotaging of the patrimony of tradition, in its obvious references to the seventeenth-century Baroque, filtered through the spoils of Pound reduced to his lowest terms, labyrinthine games, and optical tricks, all of which are intended to depotentialize precisely those metaphorical allusions derived from the Baroque.