Modi receives unwanted love from people

Borderline — The Different Way to Feel pp 117-138 | Cite as

  • Alice Sendera
  • Martina Sendera

Summary

The term Scheme is used in many scientific disciplines. It comes from the Greek and means general structure or Basic structure.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alice Sendera
  • Martina Sendera
  1. 1.Perchtoldsdorf, Austria