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They also conducted the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer experiment, which involved the first-of-its-kind research of antimatter in space. Together they had ten children, at least eight of whom survived to adulthood. Many Bibles still continue to label the stories as "The Gospel according to St. Later he formed the firm of Batzell and Nunn, specializing in energy legislation and administrative law. Redaction is a process by which later authors or editors interact with earlier texts, sources, and traditions and shape them into later narratives.

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