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Discussion of "zi'a'o"
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Comment #1: ge'a vs. zi'a'o
Curtis W Franks (Wed Jul 16 06:48:37 2014)

I am not really sure that they are different, but I thought that I would
include a separate word just in case. An example of zi'a'o would be to
define a set as being a group defined over itself which is endowed with
the empty operator (taken to be "binary" in this context) and with no
(empty) structure.

If you think that the words are the same, discuss them here and then, when
you are ready, downvote this word if desired.

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