Interpretation [noun]

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Solvers Reece Goiffon and Tyler James Burch ran with this interpretation, nevertheless proving that two Poisson processes cannot possibly explain the frequencies listed in the puzzle.

Again, exactly what “Xi Jinping Thought” consists of is open to interpretation.

That missing context can often lead to separate interpretations by different readers or viewers, and occasionally those interpretations are decidedly at odds.

These data sets are quite accurate as they rely on information that the users give through forms and actions and not on our interpretation of their browsing history.

Extra tests, such as those that look for blood flow or electrical activity in the brain, may provide useful information, but their interpretation isn’t always straightforward, the authors caution.

Stacy Mitchell is among a new group of scholars who argue this interpretation of monopoly law must change.

Despite that interpretation, the city has said it has no way to police the rentals, so they’ve sat in a sort of limbo – declared illegal by the city’s legal authority, but untouched by the city enforcement staff that answers to the mayor.

Justice Neil Gorsuch, who is known to employ both textualism and originalism in judicial interpretation, authored the majority opinion extending protection from employment discrimination to millions of people.

He rested his interpretation of the Civil Rights Act on the evolution of the law over the years.

Her manner amazed him; it was so unlike the aspect of fair interpretation, with which she usually discussed a dubious subject.