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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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Ang Panday' (from the movie Ang Panday) - composed and arranged by Gloc 9, interpreted by Gloc 9 and Ebe Dancel
Her paper focuses on impartiality as a theoretical postulate and ethical principle, as well as a 'practical' feature evident in five (Spanish-French) interpreted interactions that took place at police stations.
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.
I make a distinction between generated and interpreted diagrams.
During the next class, we used SPSS to analyze the data, interpreted related concepts, and evaluated assumptions before interpreting statistics and making inferences.
In determining the age of minerals and rocks it is often possible to derive a precise number that can be interpreted as a date, it is another matter to accurately interpret the number in terms of the timing of a discrete geological event or process.
The gist is that the scriptures tell truthfully God's action and must be seen as a whole and interpreted within the church although in dialogue with others outside the church.
Because in recent history, courts (and various heads of the Justice Department) have reversed themselves in their interpretation of the Second Amendment, first deciding that it was an individual right and then deciding that it was a "collective" or state's right, and then back again, the Office of Legal Counsel examined the "Amendment's text, as commonly understood at the time of its adoption and interpreted in light of other provisions of the Constitution and the Amendment's historical antecedents, to discern its proper meaning.
But now concentration is turning to the reports to be issued--including the degree to which remediation of internal control weaknesses during the fourth quarter will impact those reports--and how these new reports will be understood and interpreted by investors and others in the capital markets.
Subsequently, several circuit court decisions interpreted that case to mean that the Supreme Court had adopted a new test for determining whether an expenditure was deductible currently or required capitalization (see, e.
If I am intolerant of something--homosexual acts for example--then this is interpreted as being disapproving.

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