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19. But on account of their distinctive nature there is that designation, that designation.

Each element indeed is of a threefold nature, owing to the primary tripartition; but as in each mixed element one definite element prevails--so that each element has a distinctive character of its own--a definite designation is given to each.--The repetition (of 'that designation') in the Sûtra indicates the completion of the adhyâya.--Here terminates the adhikarana of 'the fashioning of names and forms.'

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