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interpreted

Translated from source code into machine code one line at a time. See interpreted language and interpreter.
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Interpreted Education: A study of Deaf students' access to the content and form of literacy instruction in a mainstreamed high school English class.
Funk and the Jesus Seminar that the scriptures have to be interpreted backward from the resurrection, as is shown in John 2:13-22; Mark 12:18-27; Luke 24:13-35.
In refuting the liberal-activist idea that the words "a well regulated Militia" in the Second Amendment are meant to confine the "right" to people in the regular military, the OLC notes that what this section of the amendment actually does, if it's interpreted as it would have been in the days of the Founding, is to justify the necessity of arming the populace-at-large.
Instead, it is much more prevalent and accepted for material culture to be interpreted in material ways.
Jim interpreted the equation as a representation for the slack rope board.
The second interpreted text is the mysterious motto on the town's community Oven.
WHILE FINKELSTEIN AND SILBERMAN ARE CONCERNED with how the Bible interprets history, Harvard biblical scholar James Kugel wants us to look at the ways Jews and Christians have interpreted (and reinterpreted) the Bible.
That's how the agency interpreted it, and we found that reasonable,'' DeCastro said.
Supreme Court considered private letter rulings to determine how the IRS interpreted the code.
Sponsored by MCI, the 1994 Interpreted Theatre Series for the Deaf consists of five stage performances throughout San Diego County.
Courts that have interpreted interest guaranties and refused to find the guarantors liable for post-maturity interest have sometimes fallen back on a number of policy arguments to uphold their position.

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