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The MISTIC or Michigan State Integral Computer, an early computer built by Michigan State University, was based on the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) architecture developed by John von Neumann. As with all computers of its era, it was a one of a kind machine that could not exchange programs with other computers (even other IAS machines).


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The Archaea Sourcebook - Chapter Six: Rule of Misticism (p.2) (1847 words)
Every mistic must carry a talimitas (talim for short)--Curi for "Talisman of the Paths." The talim is a cherished object used by the mistic as a focus for his or her rituals.
A mistic may not enter a ritual into his or her book that is beyond his or her level of ability.
The mistic must know the calling and the evocation of the ritual; the mistic must be of sufficient level; and the mistic must have the necessary components and alignment to invoke the spell.
Atlas Assurance Co. of America v. J. Mistic (8/9/91), 822 P 2d 897 (3070 words)
Mistic argues that she is entitled to half the policy limits under the contract of insurance.
Mistic must be premised on an interest she had in his portion of the property.
Mistic argues that her interest in the proceeds is a personal property interest, so it does not depend on her remaining a record owner of the property.
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