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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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It seems reasonable to assume that many of the 88,340 applicants would have undergone more than one interview, putting the total of "interpreted events" well into six figures.
Finishing at second and third place were 'Wakasan' composed by Philip Arvin Jarilla and interpreted by Agsunta and 'Kababata' composed by John Michael Edixon and interpreted Kyla and Kritiko.
If the interpreter interpreted faithfully, their counterparts from the feminine cultures take it personally.
The patient had an incisional biopsy interpreted by Dr.
The fault, known as the Mundrabilla Fault is concealed beneath younger sediments of the Eucla Basin, and is interpreted by Venus to be the western boundary of the South Australian Craton.
* "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen." This could be interpreted as an attack on a candidate's cooking skills.
To this point countries have usually interpreted the phrase in non-binding usage, according to their respective national policies (C-Fam, Aug.
It should not be over used for every single decision you need to make, it should not be used in every single situation and it should not be interpreted as the absolute truth," Sanchez says.
A concept in Judaism known as Tikkun Olam, or healing the world, is interpreted by many Jewish Americans as social activism or community building.
I make a distinction between generated and interpreted diagrams.

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