, Degree D1, Degree D2, Degree D3, Place PL, IsLocated IL1, IsLocated IL2 WHERE P2.maincompletename='Petru de Quercu' and P2.person_id=PA2.person_id ----refers to main complete name because 'Petru de Quercu' may correspond to several entries in the Person table ----and F2.factoid_id= HT2.factoid_id and HT2.factoidType_id=FT2.factoidType_id and FT2.description='student in canon law' and PA2.factoid_id=F2.factoid_id and F2.factoid_id=TP2.factoid_id and TP1.place_id=PL.place_id and TP2.place_id=PL.place_id and PL.description='Paris' and P1.maincompletename != P2.maincompletename and F1.factoid_id=HT1.factoid_id and HT1.factoidType_id= FT2.factoidType_id and PA1.factoid_id=F1.factoid_id and PA1.person_id= P1.person_id and F1.factoid_id=TP1.factoid_id and OA1.time_id=TI1.time_id and OA2.time_id=TI2.time_id and TI2.finish >= TI1.begin and TI2.begin <= TI1.finish ---check if the two factoids are associated to overlapping time intervals ---and OA1.factoid_id=F1.factoid_id and OA2.factoid_id=F2.factoid_id and F3.factoid_id=HT3.factoid_id and HT3.factoidType_id= FT1.factoidType_id and FT1.description='ecclesiastic position' and F3.factoid_id= OA3.factoid_id and OA3.time_id=TI3.time_id and TI3.begin>=TI1.finish ----check if factoid of type 'ecclesiastic position' occurred after factoid 'student in canon law, SELECT P1.maincompletename, D1.degreevalue as 'confidence in scholarship period', D2.degreevalue as 'confidence in study place', D3.degreevalue as 'confidence in student status', D4.degreevalue as 'confidence in ecclesiastic position after' FROM Person P1, Person P2, Factoid F1, Factoid F2, Factoid F3, FactoidType FT1, FactoidType FT2, HasType HT1, HasType HT2, HasType HT3, Participate PA1, Participate PA2, TookPlaceAt TP1, TookPlaceAt TP2, OccurredAt OA1, OccurredAt OA2, OccurredAt OA3, TimeInterval TI1, TimeInterval TI2, TimeInterval TI3

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